Zoning

Spencer Kansa Publisher: Beatdom Books

“Zoning reads like an urban Celine.”
– William S. Burroughs

Zoning is travelling without moving. A magical, mind-bending story revolving around the intersecting lives of a teenage occultist, Astral Boy, and a young, budding porn star, Skyrise Kid.

Fuelled by sex, drugs and black magick, the two protagonists crisscross an increasingly nightmarish dreamscape, where an ancient death cult traffic snuff movies, Hawaiian twins shape-shift live on the Oprah Show, and strange heavenly orbs threaten to blast the planet to smithereens.

“The spirit of the Beat Generation comes alive in the writing of Spencer Kansa. This is hardly surprising since he hung out with the likes of Burroughs, Ginsberg and Huncke. An unruly Beat attitude and stance has skipped several generations to surface once again in our own time.”
– Joe Ambrose, author of Chelsea Hotel Manhattan.

Zoning is available from Amazon and at all your favourite stores including Amax.

All Material on this page copyright © Spencer Kansa

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