"Funny, tightly plotted, and just two shades darker than burnt coffee. Henry Flesh has crafted a fine and disturbing novel."-David Sedaris, author ofNaked and Barrel Fever. Nominated for a Lambda Literary Award, Massage is set in the mid-'90s, a time when the "sweetness" of AIDS lies across Manhattan like "a nebulous gloom...a deep distress." An important novel from "a major new literary voice"-Christopher Street, whose talents rival those of Mary Gaitskill, Paul Bowles, and Hubert Selby, Jr.
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