Andrew F. Sullivan is the author of novels The Marigold; The Handyman Method (co-written with Nick Cutter); Waste, a Globe and Mail Best Book; and the story collection All We Want Is Everything, a Globe and Mail Best Book and finalist for the Relit Award. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
Andrew F. Sullivan's The Marigold is a Cronenbergian Bonfire of the Vanities, a scalpel-sharp near-future thriller about an all-consuming city in thrall to greed and power, and the disparate creatures, human and otherwise, caught in its draintrap. A gripping tour-de-force torn from tomorrow's headlines. -- David Demchuk, author of Red X and The Bone Mother This impressively bleak vision of the near future is as grotesquely amusing as it is grim. -- Publishers Weekly Starred Review A bold dystopian novel that captivates with its dread and depth. The Marigold is unhinged literary horror that goes right to the source of decay. -- Iain Reid, award-winning author of I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Foe, and We Spread Andrew F. Sullivan's The Marigold grows a terribly plausible urban future from the capitalist wreckage of the modern 'world class' city and drowns it in a tide of Boschian chaos that folds apocalypses of body horror, techno-fascism, economic, and climate collapse into one roiling, angry wave that'll sweep you away with its narrative force. -- Indrapramit Das, author of The Devourers Andrew F. Sullivan's books delve into dark territories other writers are too timid to explore, finding nuance and emotional resonance in that stony soil. The Marigold has all the hallmarks of his past work while being something all its own, daunting and daring and just a little scary. -- Craig Davidson, bestselling author of The Saturday Night Ghost Club and Precious Cargo