Since the slight downtime of the recent holiday season, I’ve tasked our curators with rating the top-10 best Jon Bassoff tweets from the past few months (plus one pinned). Why? Because not only is Jon a recommended author here at IndieMuse who we follow on Twitter, his tweets are a nice reprieve from me sifting […]
Jon Bassoff was born in 1974 in New York City and currently lives with his family in a ghost town somewhere in Colorado. His mountain gothic novel, Corrosion, has been translated in French and German and was nominated for the Grand Prix de Litterature Policiere, France’s biggest crime fiction award. Two of his novels, The Drive-Thru Crematorium and The Disassembled Man, have been adapted for the big screen with Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild; Once Upon a Time in America) attached to star in The Disassembled Man.
For his day job, Bassoff teaches high school English where he is known by students and faculty alike as the deranged writer guy. He is a connoisseur of tequila, hot sauces, psychobilly music, and flea-bag motels.
In this edition we cover new releases from the weirdos at Eraserhead Press, Jon Bassoff, R.S. Belcher & Dixon Reuel! Also a new edition of the late J. F. Gonzalez.
I’m all too familiar with author Jon Bassoff, having published him in my time with DarkFuse. And when I heard Eraserhead Press was releasing his next novel, I was definitely eager to read Bassoff’s work from the other side of the spectrum…as a fan and reader of dark literature. With Jon, it’s an understatement to […]