Women’s literary fiction
Publisher: Quartet Global Books
Irven DeVore, an evolutionary biologist, writes that “Males are a breeding experiment run by females.” What if, in fact, women ran everything? What if women rejected the culture of rape and violence to take control of their lives in the safety of the Citadels? What if women could exist without males? CITADEL is a metafictional, apocalyptic story braided into a contemporary post-lesbian novel built on genetics.
“I loved the book and I’m suggesting it to all the writers, editors and women I know as a must read. You blew me away… the book drew me in completely… great experience!
I’m not sure how you managed to come up with this… let alone research it… a story usually follows one or two Characters… I found myself following the writer, the editor, the publisher, not to mention the Characters in the book… and never got lost, never ended up wondering who someone was or why they did that? I read the book in short spurts and longer chunks depending on opportunity… but never had a problem of falling back into the story… you had me from page one to the end. Great job” — Wally Lane, filmmaker, screenwriter.
About the Author
Jack Remick is the author of twenty books—novels, poetry, short stories, screenplays. He co-authored The Weekend Novelist Writes a Mystery with Robert J. Ray. His novel Gabriela and The Widow was a finalist for the Montaigne Medal as well as a finalist in Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year Award. He reviews for the New York Journal of Books. He is a frequent guest and co-host on Michigan Avenue Media with Marsha Casper Cook. His novel Citadel, was featured in the July issue of the Australian magazine eYs.