Dead Stars by Bruce Wagner
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Dead Stars Summary
Dead Stars is Bruce Wagner's most lavish and remarkable translation yet of the national Zeitgeist: post-privacy porn culture, a Kardashian World of rapid-cycling, disposable narrative where reality-show triumph is the new American narcotic.
Dead Stars Reviews
"Written in hyper-hilarious, brilliant prose, the book renders an obsessive pop-culture nightmare of surprising realism and light, illuminating the meanest corners of its characters' - and our culture's - desperation." - Publishers Weekly
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Bruce Wagner Author Biography
Bruce Wagner was born March 15, 1954. In his twenties, Wagner began writing articles for magazines, and writing scripts. His first book, Force Majeure: The Bud Wiggins Stories was self published; the book was well reviewed and led to a publishing deal with Random House.
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