Books by Lewis Shiner

SAY GOODBYE by Lewis Shiner
Released: Oct. 12, 1999

"Gritty, funny, cynical, and sentimental: a sharply focused epic that brings welcome revision to the sunny, pop-culture success gospels that have led so many naive talents astray."
Fictitious biography of an ambitious Gen-X singer-songwriter cut down by the slings and arrows of the music industry, and the haunted journalist who finds meaning in her struggle. Read full book review >
GLIMPSES by Lewis Shiner
Released: July 19, 1993

"Much more than yuppie reunions like The Big Chill, this captures a generation's sweet, desperate yearning for the 60's—though it ends up as authentically woolly as the period."
Can the 60's cure the 90's? Read full book review >