BEN PFEIFFER’s writing has appeared in the Paris Review Daily, Fiction Writers Review, and the Kansas City Star. He is the assistant interviews editor at The Rumpus. Visit him at benpaulpfeiffer.com.
From the opening moments, when a naked man with a shotgun kills Detective John Tallows partner in a burst of intoxicating gore, Warren Elliss Gun Machine takes the reader into several ghost maps laid out over New York City like superimposed squares of vellum.
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