About the Book
Don Geary, a single father and freelance graphic designer, barely manages to make ends meet as he works the margins of the churning creative economy in Portland, Oregon, during the Obama administration. Talented but solitary, sensitive but critical, Geary tries to make it through a season in which he monitors the rise of social media and local “thought leaders” from an increasingly desperate position. In scenes of humor, anxiety, tenderness, and desire, Gielgud chronicles men and women who, in a world of streaming video and nonstop commentary, quietly struggle through personal crises almost entirely unobserved.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dan DeWeese's novel You Don't Love This Man was a finalist for the Ken Kesey Award for Fiction and a winner of Late Night Library's "Debut-litzer" Prize. His fiction has appeared in publications including Tin House, New England Review, Washington Square, and The Normal School, and he is Editor in Chief of Propeller. He lives in Portland, Oregon.