Abbie Krupnick's debut novel is out now: Holy, the story of young Gus Stevens as he undergoes a psychoanalytic exorcism to regain control of his life. This comes with a high price—he must break away from everything he has ever thought was real. Told from Gus's perspective, the novel touches upon such issues as mental health and finding one's place in the world. Gus is an unreliable narrator - everything he experiences, he accepts as real (well, it is real, isn't it?), although careful readers may pick up on subtle clues as to what's actually going on. It's a whirlwind experience and a tour de force for this first-time author.