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The Human War

The Human War

Noah Cicero

Size: ↑ 129 mm92 PagesISBN: 9781905005468
Publication: June 7, 2007

Trade paperback

  • £7.99

Heralding the arrival of a major new talent, Noah Cicero's first European publication includes two short stories and a novella, The Human War, about the first hours of the 2003 war in Iraq as experienced by a screwed-up kid in Ohio who feels the world is spinning out of his control. His reaction to the coming war? He drinks, has sex, goes to a strip club, he does anything that Youngstown, Ohio offers as human distraction - but this only makes the horror deepen. Noah Cicero's deadpan humour is reminiscent of Sartre and Beckett, and The Human War is a blackly funny and deeply cruel look at the cold heart of the world.

Noah Cicero lives in Youngstown, Ohio. He has a book published called The Human War off Fugue State Press. He is a member of The ULA. He has short stories and poems published at Retort, Black Ice, Lit Vision, and many more places. His favorite activities are eating ribs and going to bikini bars.


'Essential reading... If you can't relate to The Human War, it's likely you're not human.' BJ Lisko, Pulse

Format: Trade paperback

Size: ↑ 129 mm

92 Pages

ISBN: 9781905005468

Publication: June 7, 2007

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