Books by Jay Gummerman

CHEZ CHANCE by Jay Gummerman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 6, 1995

"A cry of outrage at economics-driven cruelty, rapine, and insensitivity in America; but with characters more thematically hyper-correct than felt naturally on the pulse."
Gummerman's first novel (the collection We Find Ourselves in Moontown, 1989) takes on the depravity of a commercialized Americabut remains more wooden than moving. Read full book review >
WE FIND OURSELVES IN MOONTOWN by Jay Gummerman
Released: April 12, 1989

Smart short stories that set out to satirize (it seems) the mass, valueless culture of a drugs-and-TV world, but that end up replicating the very symptoms they hope to expose. Read full book review >