A young and dispossessed Oglala Indian terrorizes the leader of a Christian church in South Dakota.
The seemingly obvious motive of tribal revenge proves unlikely as the young man's confession... More > becomes increasingly nihilistic.< Less
Split into two main sections, Zen begins with the inner monologues of a California dishwasher who reads too much pulp fiction and ends with an unexpected tale of desperation, isolation and murder.... More > Sean is a true literary oddball.
Between the stories is a brief intermission of classic Tierney poetry in the style of his previous collections.< Less
Doubly Sweet For The Strange is an eerie and humorous look at the darker side of Tierney’s poetry.
The heavily haiku influenced collections of 2010 seem like an innocent memory, as... More > Sean’s style continues to change and grow in a uniquely bizarre way.< Less