Over the course of one shift working the window of his father’s drive-through urinal, our sixteen-year-old Flushboy will have to not only juggle gallons of warm pee and deal with the worst flood ever (it’s not water), but he’ll also have to fend off the urine mafia, solve the citywide mystery of Chickenstein, and win his girlfriend back.
“Stephen Graham Jones takes that old question, ‘What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?’ and makes it worse yet. By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, you’ll never piss again without thinking of this book. It’s brilliant." —Monica Drake, author of Clown Girl and The Stud Book
ABOUT STEPHEN GRAHAM JONES
Stephen Graham Jones now has, counting Seven Spanish Angels, eight novels and two collections, and around a hundred and thirty stories published, from Alaska Quarterly Review to Weird Tales, many of which have been selected for year’s best annuals and anthologies. Jones has been an NEA Fellow, a Texas Writer’s League Fellow, won the Texas Institute of Letters Award for Fiction, and has been a finalist for a Colorado Book Award, a Stoker Award, and the Shirley Jackson Award.