The Benny Poda Years
Twenty-eight chapters written and published during the twenty-eight days of February 2001.
The Benny Poda Years is a memoir of misogyny, racism, parody,
homosexuality, and bullshit American hero-worship.
"Kevin McGowin has a literary energy in the vein of Miller and Celine
(better the latter than the former, for my money)." Barry Gifford
Town Full of Hoors
Thirty-two chapters written and published during the thirty-one days of October 2001.
Set in New Orleans, the "tourism capital of America," Town Full of Hoors is a scathing exploration
of American Values, racism, economics, sexuality, and prostitution in all its ironic forms.
"Yeah, New Orleans is, actually, a town full of whores, male and female, of all colors,
cultures, and persuasions. I happen to think Kevin McGowin is a total asshole, but if anybody can sum up the filth of Nola in 31 chapters, it's him. After all, he would know." Andrei Codrescu
What God Has Joined Together
Thirty-one chapters written and published a chapter a day during the thirty-one days of March 2002.
A scathing indictment of the American institutions of marriage, sports, education,
religion, success, and the mediums they pervade, the novel and the Internet.
"Kevin McGowin is the Rabelais of his generation." James Purdy