Synopsis of the Novel, Goosestep
Harold Jaffe is a master of the disembodied voice, infusing his writing with a transgressive, political, and dryly comic quirkiness. In Goosestep, Jaffe deftly weaves together ancient traditions of storytelling with modern day conversations, which take readers beyond the 'real world' and into places of thought-provoking surrealism. Each of Jaffe's volumes has been ground-breaking, and Goosestep is no exception. This is a book of great mastery, some of the most inventive fiction of our time.
About the Author, Harold Jaffe
Harold Jaffe is the author of 24 volumes of fiction, docufiction, and non-fiction, including Goosestep (2016), Revolutionary Brain; Othello Blues (2014); Paris 60 (2013); OD: Docufictions (2012); Porn-Anti-Porn (2019); and many more. His writing has been translated widely, most recently in Romania, Turkey, France, Japan, Italy, and Cuba. Jaffe is editor-in-chief of Fiction International.