Truth Jihad: Victoria Alexander on her brilliant 9/11-themed novel “Locus Amoenus”

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71OxOsMDdEL._UX250_There are several 9/11 truth thrillers in print. But until now, the only 9/11-truth-themed novel of high literary quality was Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge.

Victoria Alexander’s new novel Locus Amoenus is the best fictional treatment of 9/11 yet. It’s hilarious, darkly ironic, playful, deeply moving – and stands as an explosive controlled demolition of post-9/11 American culture.Unknown

Has 9/11 left us in the position of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, who knows but cannot act? I’ve asked that question more than once – but never as eloquently as Victoria Alexander does in this unforgettable book.

Victoria N. Alexander,  author of Locus Amoenus (2015),  Trixie(2010),  Naked Singularity (2003) and Smoking Hopes (1996),  is co-founder of the Dactyl Foundation in New York City.

With a Ph.D. in English specializing in Philosophy of Science,  Alexander also writes on science,  art and poetics in The Biologist’s Mistress: Rethinking Self-Organization in Art,  Literature and Nature (2011).

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