Books by Rick Demarinis

APOCALYPSE THEN by Rick Demarinis
Released: Oct. 1, 2004

"And uneven and mismatched gathering. The best here remind us of the author's crisp mastery of the form."
A workmanlike collection (his fifth, after Borrowed Hearts, 1999) from DeMarinis, author of eight novels. Read full book review >
BORROWED HEARTS by Rick Demarinis
Released: June 1, 1999

"Comic surrealism fashioned with rowdy wit and apparently inexhaustible creative energy."
A whopping gathering of thirty-two abrasive and colorful stories: twenty-one drawn from DeMarinis's three earlier collections, along with eleven previously uncollected tales. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 1994

"Rebel Without a Cause Lite—less filling, but leaves one longing for full-bodied satiation. (First serial to GQ; author tour)"
A humorous look at a young rebel's fight against the deadening American dream of Southern California in the Eisenhower era. Read full book review >
THE VOICE OF AMERICA by Rick Demarinis
Released: May 13, 1991

"In all, capable portrayals of ordinary lives in representative DeMarinis."
If output were a measure of greatness, DeMarinis would be in the pantheon of writers. Read full book review >