“Micheli is reminiscent of a vintage Bret Easton Ellis here, although I dare say even darker in the way his characters passively self-medicate and indulge in the delights of teenage flesh without protection or concern of consequence. Smut is a novel that definitely delivers on its namesake.”—Brandon Tietz, author of Good Sex, Great Prayers
“Micheli is the type of writer who just doesn’t fuck around. His writing is so honest and stark, you don’t know whether to curl up and cry or punch an old lady, so you do both. Then you go to jail. But it’s worth every second.”—H. L. Nelson, Founding Editor of Cease Cows Magazine
“With a title like Smut, you get everything that is promised—dark and deviant sexual encounters, violence with little regret, and an uneasy tension as you fall down the rabbit hole chasing one ghost after another. Not for the faint of heart, this glance into the inner workings of one man, who is hell bent on destruction, should come with plastic gloves, a condom, and a shot of penicillin.”—Richard Thomas, author of Staring Into the Abyss
“This is excellent stuff. This level of authenticity, if that’s even the right word, is rare and it’s fantastic.”–Pela Via, Fiction Editor of ManArchy Magazine.
money + drugs + booze + sex + death =
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