New from Anxiety Press: Of the Riverside
Anxiety Press is pleased to announce the release of Of the Riverside by George Gad Economou
Thomas Flower's life takes a dark turn when he becomes entangled with Duck, an imposing figure who dominates every aspect of his existence. Despite moving from his idyllic hometown in rural Denmark to various cities in search of a new beginning, Thomas remains forever trapped in Duck's grip, fearful of disappointing his demanding and all-powerful master, will Thomas be able to break free from Duck's hold on him, or is he doomed to a life of submission and violence?
“Of the Riverside is a gripping and haunting exploration of the human psyche. With stunning prose and vivid characters, this novel delves into the depths of the human soul, revealing the innermost fears and desires that drive us all.”
— Justine Jones, freelance editor/critic
“Of the Riverside is a dark and haunting tale of one man's struggle to break free from the chains of his own demons. Economou will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about the human spirit.”
— Owen Grey, author of Puking Up Rednecks
“George Gad Economou takes readers on a harrowing journey through the mind of a man consumed by darkness.”
— Sophia Jameson, author of Keep the Fat Side Down
About the Author
George Gad Economou resides in Greece and holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy of Science and supports his writing by doing freelance jobs whenever he can get them. He has published a novella, Letters to S. (Storylandia) and a poetry collection, Bourbon Bottles and Broken Beds (Adelaide Books) and his drunken words have also appeared in various literary magazines and outlets, such as Spillwords Press, Ariel Chart, Fixator Press, Piker’s Press, A Thin Slice of Anxiety, The Edge of Humanity Magazine, The Rye Whiskey Review, and Modern Drunkard Magazine.