'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
Publication date: 30/11/-0001
About a year ago, Paul Miller woke up in a space ship. It happened like this.
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