A Questionable Shape

Last night, I attended the reading of debut novelist Bennett Sims, whose novel A Questionable Shape is out from Two Dollar Radio this May. The book, a philosophical exploration of human consciousness and memory set in the weeks after a zombie epidemic, is harrowing, profound, and beautiful–you should absolutely pick up a copy.

A Questionable Shape

Bennett is also doing several upcoming readings. Are you in St. Paul, MN, New York City, or San Francisco? See him! He’s an amazing reader, and his ability to answer during Q&As is unmatched by any living writer I’ve ever witnessed.

BENNETT SIMS
in conversation with Halimah Marcus of Electric Literature
WORD
Thursday, May 23
126 Franklin St.
Brooklyn, NY
wordbrooklyn.com

BENNETT SIMS
City Lights
Tuesday, June 18
261 Columbus Ave. @ Broadway
San Francisco, CA
citylights.com

BENNETT SIMS + ANNE MARIE WIRTH CAUCHON
SubText: a Bookstore
Wednesday, August 7
165 Western Ave. North
St. Paul, MN
facebook.com/SubTextaBookstore

2 thoughts on “A Questionable Shape

  1. Dude! I just bought this book! Nice to wander over here and see you giving it a thumbs-up. I bought it because I’m kind of into all things 2-dollar-radio at the mo. And, you know, zombies.

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