GenZ Publishing is proud to announce the June 21 release of Dylan James Brock’s “Dry World,” a novel about how close love can be to a psychosis. In this narrative told by a split mind, two love stories about one psychotic narrator are told simultaneously. The first plot, set in 2003, is at the end of a college career and the second plot, set in 2005, is at the beginning of a literary one. Each spirals into violence through the recklessness characterizing the severe mental illness. What results is a patient and realistic Bildungsroman about how to learn through love from madness.
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Dylan Brock was born in Michigan. He was educated at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor starting at age sixteen, and completed a fiction writing MFA at Hunter College in New York City in 2006.
During graduate school, Dylan was concurrently occupied as a singer songwriter with frequent stints at CBGBs until it closed in 2005. In 2006 he founded Jumberlack, a record label that went on to have ten releases by Michigan and New York City artists.
Starting in early 2011, Dylan was fiction editor of the arts review Fogged Clarity, where he worked for just over a year. This novel is written around a 24 song cycle of original recorded music which is being released with his book available at dylanjamesbrock.com.
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