In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch (2020)

In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch Thomas Ligotti John Skipp Amelia Gray David J.Jones Blake Butler Cameron Pierce In Heaven Everything Is Fine Fiction Inspired by David Lynch For over thirty five years David Lynch has remained one of the weirdest most challenging and provocative filmmakers From his early experimental films created as an art student in Philadelphia to h
  • Title: In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch
  • Author: Thomas Ligotti John Skipp Amelia Gray David J.Jones Blake Butler Cameron Pierce
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  • Page: 116
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In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch Thomas Ligotti John Skipp Amelia Gray David J.Jones Blake Butler Cameron Pierce For over thirty five years, David Lynch has remained one of the weirdest, most challenging, and provocative filmmakers From his early experimental films created as an art student in Philadelphia, to his foray into digital film with Inland Empire, Lynch s filmography is as diverse as it is influential.Featuring Thomas Ligotti, John Skipp, David J of Bauhaus , Ben Loory,For over thirty five years, David Lynch has remained one of the weirdest, most challenging, and provocative filmmakers From his early experimental films created as an art student in Philadelphia, to his foray into digital film with Inland Empire, Lynch s filmography is as diverse as it is influential.Featuring Thomas Ligotti, John Skipp, David J of Bauhaus , Ben Loory, Nick Mamatas, Amelia Gray, Kevin Sampsell, Blake Butler, and many others, In Heaven, Everything is Fine Fiction Inspired by David Lynch is a tribute to one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.
In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch Thomas Ligotti John Skipp Amelia Gray David J.Jones Blake Butler Cameron Pierce

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One thought on “In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch

  1. Benni

    This anthology would have benefited from novella or novellette sized stories As it is, it s mostly short stories and flash fiction, and there are just so, so many of varying quality.With a few exceptions, the original pieces truly inspired by Lynch read better than those that appropriate from Lynch after all, Lynch does Lynch best.Still, enough good material to be worth the read.

  2. Jade Lopert

    I originally bought this anthology for two reasons One, I am borderline obsessed with everything David Lynch Two, it had a story by Jeremy Robert Johnson In simple terms, he s one of the most talented writers of the past ten years so his presence in an anthology is always a big selling point.This was definitely a short story anthology, with everything good and bad that means There s a wide variety of styles and subject that s always interesting to get As is almost always the case, there are stro [...]

  3. Matt Payne

    When you ve watched all of Lynch s movies and you need weirdness, this is where you have to go I m surprised by the grace, style, and beauty of most of these stories.These dreamlike tales pulled me into that indescribable world, showed me things that made no sense yet held deep meaning, and then left me alone, listening to the hiss of an empty record.

  4. Sara Dee

    totally a fun read I really liked the Thomas ligotti story lots of wonderful things to reminisce about in the weird world of Lynch.

  5. Collin Henderson

    You ve got your good things And I ve got mine.David Lynch is a man who has concerned himself with things such as childbirth, parental anxiety, hardened criminals, the negative effects of industrialism, the dark underside of Hollywood, love as viewed through the eyes of someone who has lost it, music, the death of one person in a small town and its following effects, the magical wonders of coffee, what is reality and what is dreams, insanity, and, amongst other things and perhaps most scary of al [...]

  6. Fabrizio

    Being a huge Lynch fan, I received this book as a gift, and I wasn t disappointed Overall, the stories are very much in the vain of Lynch.

  7. Bruce Baugh

    This is a collection that matches its inspiration rich in brilliant, engaging, disturbing parts, and also rich in parts that never rise above random weirdness just because It s very much worth your time to read, if you like Lynch s mix of compassionate humanism, profoundly unsettled fascination with the limits of the known and knowable, and outright bizarrely elegant motifs There seems to be a classic failure mode for stories of this kind random weird stuff happens that never adds up to mean muc [...]

  8. Adam Rodenberger

    This ain t your super easy beach reading materiald that s a good thing considering the stories are inspired by legendary filmmaker David Lynch These 39 stories range from the fairly normal to the out and out persona swapping mid scene If you re not a fan of Lynch s films or a fair number of the authors included in this collection already, this one might be a hard sell for you The majority of the stories aren t quick reads and require than a simple one time reading Some personal favorites stando [...]

  9. Ian Welke

    I found this to be very hit or miss, even so than most anthologies, but then that seemed very appropriate for being based on David Lynch Much like Lynch, when the stories were prioritizing storytelling over the weirdness, I really liked them and appreciated the weirdness in them all the But also like a couple of Lynch s films there were some stories that were just weird without giving me a base to work with as a reader 3.5 stars, rounded up because the good stories are worth the price of the b [...]

  10. Juliette

    Reads like a series of dreams, sometimes disgusting, sometimes beautiful, sometimes just outright strange in a good way Even though some of the stories weren t to my taste, each one had at least one line or image that captured my attention I think anyone into David Lynch s work will be intrigued by this collection.

  11. Greyor

    Bizarre, fuzzy, dream logic, with nihilism, psychosis, and a generous helping of Americana Somewhat uneven collection some stories were fantastic, and others were trying way too hard to be Lynchian All in all, though, it was quite an experience.

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