Books by G.F. Michelsen

THE ART AND PRACTICE OF EXPLOSION by G.F. Michelsen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 30, 2003

"An unusual tale, a bit reminiscent of Malcolm Lowry. Initially forbidding, ultimately very rewarding indeed."
A dense tapestry of memory engulfs and all but smothers the three enigmatic protagonists of Michelsen's demanding third (after Hard Bottom, 2001, etc.). Read full book review >
HARD BOTTOM by G.F. Michelsen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 29, 2001

"A celebration of the lonely little guy who fights back, but too schematic to convince or engage."
Sailor/novelist Michelsen (To Sleep With Ghosts, 1992, etc.) sets his latest on Cape Cod, where the environmental toll of urban sprawl—plus the anguish of fishermen trying to compete with big boats—is more affecting than the plight of his overdrawn and overloaded protagonist. Read full book review >
TO SLEEP WITH GHOSTS by G.F. Michelsen
Released: July 15, 1992

"Still, Michelsen is a writer to watch."
Tantalizing echoes of Achebe and Conrad in an ambitious first novel. Read full book review >