Refugees from America
"Refugees from America is an evocative journey through blurred worlds of madness and therapy; this version of the air-conditioned nightmare manages to be satirical and harrowing and moving, all at the same time, a tour de force."
— Mark Jarman, author of Knife Party at the Hotel Europa
"The slow lucid rhythms of a broken system are captured in this unsettling portrait of insanity in American society."
— Saira Viola, author of Jukebox
About the Author
Robin Wyatt Dunn was born in Wyoming in 1979. The son of a geologist father and a potter mother, he has lived in six states, the U.K., and Canada. New Pop Lit called him “one of the most talented writers in America.” He has been nominated for several awards, including the Rhysling, Elgin, Pushcart and Best of the Net. He was once a finalist for Poet Laureate of Los Angeles. Currently, he lives in Tucson, Arizona. His website can be found at www.robindunn.com.