I CAN’T REMEMBER IF I KILLED HIM OR NOT...

PSYCHOMACHIA


THE DEBUT NOVEL BY KIRSTY ALLISON
(Wrecking Ball Press)

AVAILABLE IN GOOD BOOKSHOPS or PayPal £15 to kirsty@kirstyallison.com


“This takes me back to 90s Shoreditch & the choking in their own ennui crowd.  Kirsty Allison is the greatest cultural beacon this planet has produced”
IRVINE WELSH

“a punk novel that makes me nostalgic for life I never knew...but I’d probably have ended up addicted to heroin”
ROB DOYLE

“A warrior for writing it like it really was”  GAIL PORTER

“Fantastic - is it about The Libertines?” BILL DRUMMOND

“The most brutal opening words I’ve ever read” GERALDINE BESKIN, ATLANTIS BOOKSHOP

“A devastating elegy to the bacchanalia of 90s Shoreditch & a girl torn apart by sexual violence who went to Hell & didn't come back. This book is big & wide & deep & excoriating to read. Black-comedy-as-erotic-charge-as-modern-myth-as-dionysian-dream-as-part-Kathy-Acker-part-Leonora-Carrington”
RACHEL NEWSOME, former Editor of DAZED & CONFUSED
“THE MODERN PATTI SMITH”
Johny Brown,
Band of Holy Joy
“EFFORTLESSLY ILLUMINATES  WITH ANCIENT OBSIDIAN & THE LYRICAL PRECISION OF WINDS CARVING MOUNTAINS”
Malik Ameer Crumpler
“THE MOST ROCK ‘N’ ROLL & ONE OF THE GREATEST LIVING POETS OF OUR TIME. UP THERE WITH BUKOWSKI, BURROUGHS & CROWLEY”
Kelli Ali
“KIRSTY ALLISON’S WRITING TRAVERSES A HAUNTED LANDSCAPE WHERE MAGIC IS ENTWINED WITH THE MUNDANE, ROMANCE EMBRACES HORROR, AND  THE VULGAR CAVORTS WITH THE SUBLIME...a morbid Walk of Fame...the ultimate celebration of the rock n roll death trip, set in 90s indulgence and decadence when Fashion Yin and Rock n Roll Yang had a baby and called it Heroin Chic.” 
Jim Sclavunos, Bad Seed, Mu Magazine
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