Brett Garcia Rose

Brett Garcia Rose (Fiction) | Seattle, WA

Booking Fee:

Negotiable

Will Travel:

Anywhere

Contact:

brettgarciarose_at_gmail.com

Website:

http://www.brettgarciarose.com

Brett Garcia Rose is a writer, software entrepreneur, and former animal rights soldier and stutterer. He is the author of Noise, Losing Found Things, and Ren (forthcoming). His work has been published in Sunday Newsday Magazine, The Barcelona Review, Opium, Rose and Thorn, The Battered Suitcase, Fiction Attic, Paraphilia and literary magazines and anthologies. His short stories have won the Fiction Attic’s Short Memoir Award, The Lascaux Prize for Short Fiction, Opium‘s Bookmark competition, and have been nominated for the Million Writer’s Award, Best of the Net and The Pushcart Prize. His debut novel, Noise, was named Best Book of 2014 from NPR.

Rose travels extensively, and currently resides in Seattle. He can be reached at www.brettgarciarose.com.

Books

Losing Found Things (Velocity Imprints, 2014). Noir. Novel. Fiction.
Noise (Velocity Imprints, 2014). Noir. Novel. Fiction.

Blurbs, Press & Reviews

“The Bottom Line: One of the year’s most memorable heroes embarks on a high-velocity quest to save the only woman he’s ever cared about. Leon’s jaw-dropping courage in a world of sleaze and unimaginable danger is pure magic. While Garcia Rose has created a classic quest thriller, he’s no less devoted to the art of wordsmithing. Noise features some of the most lush language you’ll find in the genre, at times resembling the carefully crafted prose of Cormac McCarthy.”
Best Thrillers

Brett Garcia Rose’s ferocious, action-packed first novel Noise delivers a jet-fueled narrative that pays off from start to finish.
Blue Ink Reviews

Noise is a revenge flick dressed up as art house mystery. Rose juxtaposes brutality with spirited, yet acerbic, prose. Meticulous attention to detail evokes noirish cinematic imagery. Read the book before Hollywood figures out how to make the movie.
The New Podler Review, Best Book of 2014