The punk pulp love story by a post-post-modern dandy, boy-about-town, lost in the perverse underworld of sex & drugs & culture wars. We follow our narrator, drug dealer to the art scene—a hipster libertine obsessed with
old movies, happily-ever-afters, and ant invasions—on his paranoid deluge into alcoholic depression and unironic misanthropy. A true hymn to individuality laced with dark humour and suicidal self-help satire. Is he living the dream? Or is the nightmare eating him alive? And will he find his happily ever after?
Jubal Brown is a writer of autofiction, and producer and presenter of cultural events. Canadian Art magazine dubbed him “the dark prince of Toronto art.”