Induced Coma review from Kenyon Review

ALL THE WORLD’S A DOCUFICTION: ON HAROLD JAFFE Daniel Green, Kenyon Review If any writer deliberately proceeded throughout his career to almost ensure his work would be ignored by critics and publishers, it would have to be Harold Jaffe. Jaffe has steadfastly continued to write fiction that is formally and conceptually adventurous while at the same time […]

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Announcing Othello Blues

Harold Jaffe’s revised futurist novel Othello Blues will be published by JEF Books in December 2013.  Please stay tuned for publication news, and browse the contents below.  Critics have said: Othello Blues is a classic. Nobody does what Jaffe does.  There are just pale imitations.                                             –Derek Pell – OTHELLO BLUES A Novel by […]

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Othello Blues revisited

Trying to republish my revised version of Othello Blues which came out in a limited edition in the late 90s and received a very favorable critical reception. Out of print and rewritten, Othello Blues is a speculative novel set “20 minutes into the future,” with attention paid to a kind of syncopated rhythm, in which […]

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