I NEED YOU TO TELL ME SOMETHING DIFFERENT
A collection of prints and enigmatic texts that form a meditation on rural life.
“Brilliant. Technically stunning and emotionally charged. The new pastoralism is here!” – Art Scene
A novel of lost and found family, dogs and love.
Venturing briskly through what is not said, ‘The Unlanguaged’ demonstrates a proper ‘allegiance to the peripheries’. The waiting times. Remaindered dreams. Short aeons following the vortex in a coffee cup. The karma of memory reads like a very imaginative shopping list. Here is a supple intelligence in play. A sprightly and welcome voice in a time of stalled metaphors and gassy rhetoric.
…(Nichols) has written a soul-searching meander littered with the bitter – sweetness of his music. The Untogether is narrated with a Mid-West drawl sharpened by NYC, and generously seasoned by the author’s more recent stint in rural Wales. A voice that emanates warmth, his sparse style is punctuated, staccato, with dry wit – discover and re-read.
-New Welsh Review
‘This is not a love story. With this haunting, modernist account of lives struck by loss and threatened by love, Jeb Loy Nichols emerges as a singular voice.’
Two new novels will be published simultaneously in November 2015. How Do You Do and Nothing To You will be available exclusively on the website in hand bound, signed editions of 50.