"A stately, moving first novel" (Kirkus Reviews), Fliegelman's Desire is a modern San Francisco version of the European urban wanderer. When Fliegelman's desire abandons him, he searches the city for her, only to discover that desire is everywhere, dn as treacherous and lovely as ever. Calvino meets Kafka, translated by Elkin.
Lewis Buzbee's writing has appeared in Harper's, GQ, Paris Review, Best American Poetry and elsewhere. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and daughter.