release date: 06.22.22
Love, Guns & God in America, through its portrayal of violence, race, and ideological confrontations, is a vivid and raw inspection of America today. Set in the American south, the novel follows two young children—fleeing a white nationalist upbringing—to their chance encounter with a large mythical man in the woods who helps them on their journey to California. When captured, events take a horrific, racial turn, one that many years later still haunts all those involved. Love, Guns & God in America is both thrilling and timely.
"LOVE, GUNS & GOD in America is a raw inspection of the violence and confrontations of both a nation and the individual." - Midwest Book Review
Christian is the author of the critically acclaimed collection of short stories, Torrents of Our Time, and the novel, The Fiddler in the Night. His essays and short stories have appeared in a number of international magazines, literary journals, and collected works, including: Chaleur Magazine, Litro Magazine, Spark: A Creative Anthology, Liars’ League London, Wilderness House Literary Review, and .Cent Magazine, among others. Christian was a columnist and the fiction editor at The Prague Revue. Prior to this, Christian worked as a screenwriter and commercial director (DGC).
Read an excerpt of LOVE, GUNS & GOD in America here.