Book: In an attention-deficit society still crippled by the aftereffects of the recession, Lilith, a percussive virtuoso--or maybe just a garage band drummer--fights to break into the indie rock scene. A sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll tale too impoverished to afford any sex, drugs, or rock 'n' roll, Single Stroke Seven sheds light on the independent artists of a shipwrecked generation coming of age in perilous economic conditions.
Author: Lavinia Ludlow is a musician and writer born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her debut novel, alt.punk (2011), explored the ragged edge of art, society, and sanity, viciously skewering the politics of rebellion. Single Stroke Seven, explores the lives of independent artists coming of age in perilous economic conditions. Both titles can be purchased through Casperian Books. Her short works have been published in Pear Noir!, Curbside Splendor Semi-Annual Journal, and Nailed Magazine, and her indie lit reviews have appeared in Small Press Reviews, The Rumpus, The Collagist, The Nervous Breakdown, Entropy Magazine, and American Book Review.
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