Set in New York, Tehran, Port au Prince and Tegucigalpa, Octopus Intelligence tells the story of two desperate men. One, a former intelligence contractor suffering from a mysterious ailment, has returned home to find an oblique message spelled out on his bedroom floor. Another, a self-medicating paleontologist, has just discovered a four hundred million year old transitional cephalopod in the Moroccan desert.
One will be liberated, and the other lost, in this extraordinary novel of paranoia, politics, scientific rivalry, pain management and postmodern theatre.
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Timothy Quinn is a writer, photographer and editor who's published on such diverse subjects as technology, psychology, education, law and politics. His work has appeared in Z Magazine, The Australia Financial Review, SpaceDaily, Prospect, BYTE and the New Orleans Review, among others.
Founded in 1978, Guernica Editions is a Canadian independent publisher specializing in literature, poetry and nonfiction. Guernica has published over 500 authors, among which are recipients of the Governor General's Award and the American Book Award.