Books by Arthur Nersesian

GLADYSS OF THE HUNT by Arthur Nersesian
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 13, 2014

"Nersesian (Mesopotamia, 2010, etc.) revisits New York in a tale combining grit and glamour, poignancy and cynical wit."
A rookie cop and a rough-edged veteran pair up to stop a series of grisly murders in Manhattan. Read full book review >
THE SWING VOTER OF STATEN ISLAND by Arthur Nersesian
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Oct. 1, 2007

"A sharp, strange read: Imagine William Burroughs and Philip K. Dick sharing a needle."
Having first dazzled Weird-Lit ultra-hipsters with The Fuck-Up in 1997, Nersesian (Unlubricated, 2004, etc.) rounds out a busy decade with a dystopian epic. Read full book review >
UNLUBRICATED by Arthur Nersesian
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 15, 2004

"Lively and quick-witted, but pretty claustrophobic after a while. Though a nice portrait of the downtown scene, it will wear thin on outsiders."
In the latest New York hipster saga from Nersesian (Chinese Takeout, 2003, etc.), a young Yalie tries to make a name for herself on Broadway and resorts to all the usual ploys. Read full book review >
CHINESE TAKEOUT by Arthur Nersesian
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 6, 2003

"A fast-paced portrait of the joys and venalities of la vie bohème: Nersesian's story is sharp without being caustic."
Downtown novelist Nersesian (Dogrun, 2000, etc.) offers a witty tour through the lowest depths of high art in an account of a homeless Manhattan painter trying desperately to be discovered. Read full book review >
DOGRUN by Arthur Nersesian
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2000

"Sharp, funny look at life and love in down-and-dirty New York."
Mary Bellanova's good-for-nothing boyfriend Primo has been dead for hours . . . and she just thought he was watching TV. Read full book review >