A Book About A Film is a #NewRelease from @C_W_Schultz

C. W. Schultz is the pseudonym for American writer Calen Sifferman, and I interviewed him on my blog last year. I’m happy to announce he has a new book out. Learn more about: A Book About a Film.

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A Book About a Film

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Plot summary: Author C. W. Schultz’s fourth release A Book About a Film is a matchless thriller focusing on a low-budget movie called The Cornfield People, which follows journalist Joe Fischer as he investigates the eponymous group.  The Cornfield People are a secret society who know the meaning of life and what comes after death.  It is essential to the Cornfield People that their knowledge remain hidden from outsiders, and they will stop at nothing to protect their secret.

Schultz surveys censorship through the means of violence in this chilling and unforgettable book.  This satire on film-criticism takes on a double-narrative, with one acting as a novelization of the movie, while the other examines the film’s hidden messages, motifs and haunting obscurity.

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C. W. Schultz is on par with other writers of twisted literature, such as: Bret Easton Ellis (American Psycho), Jack Ketchum (Peaceable Kingdom), Irvine Welsh (Marabou Stork Nightmares) and Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club).

C. W. Schultz is the pseudonym for novelist Calen Sifferman. He was born in Seattle, Washington.

Schultz’s work has been known for its blatant candor, and omniscient and/or unreliable narrative styles. He greatly enjoys ambiguity and motifs, and often resorts to such literary devices as: breaking-the-fourth-wall, epiphanies, irony, symbolism and thematic patterning. The author often creates characters that are examples of what is being criticized–his debut novel “Yeval”, for example, is a satire on the glamorization of violence in entertainment, but its main character is a product of escapism.

Despite not receiving critical attention, “Yeval” has been discussed in reading circles, with the Utica Public Library including it on their list of Guy Lit among other contemporary classics such as “American Psycho”, “Trainspotting” and “The Godfather”.

After the release of “Yeval” in 2007, Schultz went on to write a blog about bird care for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer called “Birdie Basics” and also wrote trivia questions for the game-show “Eastern Expedition”.

2010 marked the release of Schultz’s second novel “The Pack” and the filming of “Watch”. “Watch” premiered at the Gig Harbor Film Festival on October 21, 2012 to a favorable response, with the film being placed as the First Runner-Up (2nd Place) for the Director’s Choice Award for Best Short Film.

In January 2011, the author began writing his third novel “Jill”, which was released on Friday, December 7, 2012.

In April 2013, Schultz’s short horror story “The Stairwell”, was released in the eighth issue of Sirens Call Publications.

He has plans for an ongoing series of children’s books, which is merely a sign that he is expanding his horizons and should not be interpreted as him taking all his future writings down a tamer path.

His fourth novel “A Book About a Film” was released on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.

For more information on C. W. Schultz, please visit his website at: http://www.cwschultz.com

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5 responses to “A Book About A Film is a #NewRelease from @C_W_Schultz

  1. Pingback: Eden Baylee features Schultz a second time | C. W. Schultz

  2. Looks like a great read!

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