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With DOG DAYS, Gene Gregorits begins the saga of Gene Gregorits, a psychologically obliterated alcoholic whose downward spiral takes him from the. Gene Gregorits is the greatest, truest writer you never heard of, unless you “ disintegration comedy” Dog Days, is beyond my comprehension. : DOG DAYS Volume Two: Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or.

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A highly recommended read.

Bigger Than Life at the Edge of the City : Gene Gregorits :

He has a penchant for self-immolation and if he heard me saying gtegorits, I think he’d call me a c–t. I threw it across the room several times.

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Book Review: Dog Days by Gene Gregorits | Nailed Magazine Nailed Magazine

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This book did so many things to me that books rarely do: Gene dasy done the things you never did. Read about it here. Also included is a mix CD full of beautiful and tragic numbers—funeral music for the proudly dysfunctional. Kilgore rated it it was amazing May 16, It has also been useful in finding lovers to some extent.


It is in such true language, that it feels like he is telling you the story and you can hear his voice. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Bigger Than Life at the Edge of the City

Bigger Than Life at the Edge of the City. This book was a joy to read. You know what I’m going to do. I really can’t recommend Gene’s work enough. It alters us for the better, regardless of how we get back.

If you like books about nasty self-loathing misogynists whose prime motivations in life seem to be serial anal rape of hipsters, drinking, cutting off their ears, and hating dogs, then by all means read this drivel.

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I guess he’s got a jump gregotits us. And sure the self-mythologizing, puke-romanticism of the former is certainly at work in Dog Days as well as the misanthropy and bile of the latter. This is the absurd yet poetic epic of “Gene Gregorits,” his female companion, and his cat, all lost in the rubble and illusions of a dying world.


Book Review: Dog Days by Gene Gregorits

Refresh and try again. Every new generation is lazier and more prone to that kind of infantilism which is born of arrogance and entitlement than the one before it, and being a solitary sort, infused with my father’s stubborn Depression-era sensibilities since childhood, I not only understood his feelings, I actually embraced them as my own. But to fall back on influence is to miss the originality of Gene’s voice. Where Gene succeeds and other authors who languish in angst and alcohol fail, is his willingness to reveal something better.

How does one survive and thrive within the new economic model of Neo-Liberalism which has commodified creativity? Get to Know Us. Gene Gregorits has written a novel that does this. I loved Dog Days.