David Leo Rice’s A Room in Dodge City Offers A Place in Antiutopia

It’s difficult to talk about the work of David Leo Rice and not mention his natural predilection toward painting all of his protagonists as spectral (sometimes quite literally, as the dead narrator of “Joey in Vermont” in The Opiate, Vol. 2 showed us). His knack for the details–cutting to the core of what “minutiae” really means–only enhances the natural hyper-surreality of his style and preferred … Continue reading David Leo Rice’s A Room in Dodge City Offers A Place in Antiutopia