FISH BITES COP! Official Book Trailer




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Published on Apr 28, 2013

Promotional Book Trailer for FISH BITES COP!
Stories To Bash Authorities by David James Keaton
Available now from Comet Press
"Effin' The Po Po" performed by Bear Cub
Video by Harley Ferris

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Advance praise:

"David James Keaton's read his Beckett, sure. And he knows his Pynchon. But he also knows his Herschell Gordon Lewis, his Quentin Tarantino. Some of the leaps the final story makes floored me, made me jealous. This is exquisite writing and fast-paced storytelling--the peanut butter and chocolate of fiction. Bet you can't read just one."
--Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Last Final Girl and Growing Up Dead in Texas

"If you're a cop, have ever known a cop, or been arrested by one, or even if you're just one of those people who are scared of cops, FISH BITES COP! is the collection you must read. Also if you like watching, catching, or eating fish. Or cops."
--Scott Phillips, author of The Adjustment and The Ice Harvest

"Don't expect any nice-making from David James Keaton. FISH BITES COP! is full of people acting badly, and it's as fun to watch them self-destruct as it is to watch a ten-car pileup on the interstate. Trust me: you'll enjoy your couple of hours rubbernecking."
--Kyle Minor, author of In the Devil's Territory

"Keaton's at his manic best in this collection, populated by prize winners and barn burners, each one coated in his special brand of pulp sauce. These are stories to read by the bonfire as the world burns. In the worlds Keaton conjures here, spinning with barely repressed anarchy, that's the general drift."
--Court Merrigan, author of Moondog Over the Mekong

"With a command of contemporary slang force-bred with imagery, Keaton is one of the strongest voices in American fiction today. The first story alone is one I will read forever."
--Jason Stuart, author of Raise a Holler

"Reading these stories feels like the guys in the garage at the St. Valentine's Day Massacre probably felt as the bullets struck them. They will rip you up, tear you apart, and when you're done, you'll be exhausted with emotion but know that you've been in the presence of greatness."
--Les Edgerton, author of The Rapist and Just Like That

"It's Technicolor Noir."
--Charlie Trout, reporter for the Pittsburgh Pulp Exchange


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