From “The Numinous Nature Of Redemption,” the Introduction to my latest novella, The Death Of Three Colours.
“Jason Michel’s The Death Of Three Colours exists beyond genre and definition like that song which carries its refrain into another realm of hearing. It is at once a piece of lyrical prose, a piece of subversion, a threnody and a religious hymn. Michel is an author who delves into the culture of prevalent times, who explores and excavates the ontology and disintegration of our consciousness, of the discontinuous world hemmed in by border control, political programming and lies. This work is both beautiful and angry, agonised and real. It is as much about a hunt for a lasting sexual experience as it is about the negation of self and alienation as the only way out within a society programmed to obedience.”
– Richard Godwin