Space Bush

Space Bush

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Author: Andrew Armacost
Length: 216 page(s)
Written: Nov 2012
Sales Rank: 16 XinXii Sales Rank
Views: 2263

Category: Fiction & Literature » Fantasy  |  Work: Novel
Keywords: bizarro, galactic adventures, space sex, sex with aliens, fantasy, humor, bodily fluids

About a year ago, Paul Miller woke up in a space ship. It happened like this.

"Sharp and highly entertaining. Armacost's words are like Douglas
Adams' brain in Conan the Barbarian's body, bulging with perverse
spectacle and galactic-sized adventure, told with a wink and a nudge."—David W. Barbee, author of A Town Called Suckhole and Thunderpussy

Paul Miller and Fred Reap find themselves abducted by aliens and sold
to a sweat shop where their only hope at escape will be the chance to
participate in the intergalactic, Reality-TV-inspired SPACE BUSH
contest during which Paul and Fred must bait and bed a host of
extra-terrestrials for the brain-dead entertainment of an unseen
audience. What follows, then, is a bizarro story of wretched excess, human
folly, and body fluids.

"Do you like your brain on Palahniuk and Vonnegut, but want something
harder? Try Armacost, but be warned: his SPACE BUSH is a guaranteed
bizarro overdose."—John Edward Lawson, author of SuiPsalms

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About the Author

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Member since: Nov 2012
Publications on XinXii:  1
In more than thirty-five years of newspapering, Hunter James has worked as an editorialist and correspondent for numerous newspapers including The Baltimore Sun, The Atlanta Constitution, and The Richmond Times Dispatch. Virginia's annual press association contest and first place for editorial writing in the North Carolina press association contest.
He shared in the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for his editorials in the Winston-Salem Journal and Sentinel that led to the saving of North Carolina’s scenic New River from a massive hydro-electric project.
His articles and stories have appeared in National Geographic's books, Southern Review, Historic Preservation, Southern Cultures, Horizon, Southern Magazine, and many others.
He has published several novels and nonfiction books including The Quiet People of the Land, History of Old Salem, All the Forgotten Places, Smile Pretty and Say Jesus, and his latest work, Life Among the Nabobs.

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