WORLD BOOK DAY: Open Books to Open Questions | American Art Killers: The Power of Art + Madness | “Why Do We Kill What We Create?”
WORLD BOOK DAY: Open Books to Open Questions | American Art Killers, A Novel About the Power of Art + Madness | “Why Do We Kill What We Create?”
By Screenwriter+Director+Author Andrew Oyé
WORLD BOOK DAY: Open Books To Open Questions That Open Minds.
Celebrate World Book Day with Andrew Oyé’s AMERICAN ART KILLERS, a generation-defining novel about a crew of artists on a journey to self-discovery and a mysterious tale about the power of art, music and madness.
The Question: “WHY DO WE KILL WHAT WE CREATE?”
Like classic, generation-defining novels of eras past, American Art Killers: Con Artists, Call Girls and Jazz Junkies accents a moment in contemporary life with keen force. A stirring portrait of artists and warriors, lovers and fighters, liars and legends, American Art Killers is a literary character study of the artist’s mind and soul. And lurking behind this intimate journey to self-discovery is a haunting, sweaty tale of lust, lunacy and liberation.
About the Author:
Andrew Oyé is a Simon+Schuster published author, novelist, poet, playwright, creative director and screenwriter. A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Stanford University, Andrew resides in Los Angeles where he works on many writing, entertainment and media projects.