A profoundly funny romp through religion, spirituality, and the contemporary clash of cultures of belief, with special attention to the human obsession with kwing what can't be kwn. Nosirrah provokes just about everyone as he describes a world where God is on the run from Islamic extremists, the Pope anunces he shares a bed with Richard Dawkins, and Buddha's son disappoints by getting enlightened instead of becoming a doctor. To say this vella is strange might give the reader a way to relate to it, but in fact, thing will shift the burden away from the reader. In its pages, the world is bent around the reader's mind until either the mind itself begins to bend, or indeed, breaks. A book without plot, characters, structure, or obvious purpose, this is an endless descent into the netherworlds of a dystopian mind. If a thousand monkeys typing endlessly would eventually produce all great works of literature, then God Is an Atheist is their first draft.
N. Nosirrah resides in a vast but discontinuous universe where he writes fascinating cryptic novellas for a small, rabid following of readers old enough to know better but unable to help themselves or anyone else. He is the author of 2013: How to Profit from the Prophets in the Coming End of the World, God Is an Atheist: A Novella for Those Who Have Run Out of Time, and Nothing from Nothing: A Novella for None.