Scenes from the Underground

Scenes from the Underground

Written by: Cholette, Gabriel
Illustrated by: Pyne, Jacob
Translated by: Taillon, Elina

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Featuring full-colour illustrations, Scenes from the Underground is the fully uninhibited field notes of the club scene.

Our narrator travels from Montreal to Berlin, with stops in New York, Miami, and Paris, exploring the sex, drugs, and club music that define the gay nightlife. His journey leads him out from under his studies in Medieval Literature and through the bathrooms and dark rooms of clubs and raves, where dubious decisions and intimate connections go hand in hand.

In writing provocative and contemporary, Scenes from the Underground is a stunning portrait of the Instagram generation.

Featuring full-colour illustrations, Scenes from the Underground is the fully uninhibited field notes of the club scene.

Our narrator travels from Montreal to Berlin, with stops in New York, Miami, and Paris, exploring the sex, drugs, and club music that define the gay nightlife. His journey leads him out from under his studies in Medieval Literature and through the bathrooms and dark rooms of clubs and raves, where dubious decisions and intimate connections go hand in hand.

In writing provocative and contemporary, Scenes from the Underground is a stunning portrait of the Instagram generation.

Published By House of Anansi Press Inc — Oct 4, 2022
Specifications 168 pages | 5.5 in x 8 in
Written By

GABRIEL CHOLETTE (@gab.cho) scours the New York, Berlin, and Montreal underground scenes for literary material, which he writes on using the codes of Instagram. He is also finishing a thesis on the commercial imagination in medieval French literature.

Illustrated by

Montreal artist JACOB PYNE (@cumpug) explores themes of sexual identity, relationships, and anonymous sex from a queer perspective. His intimate and erotically charged scenes are inspired by his personal experiences and desires.

Written By

GABRIEL CHOLETTE (@gab.cho) scours the New York, Berlin, and Montreal underground scenes for literary material, which he writes on using the codes of Instagram. He is also finishing a thesis on the commercial imagination in medieval French literature.

Illustrated by

Montreal artist JACOB PYNE (@cumpug) explores themes of sexual identity, relationships, and anonymous sex from a queer perspective. His intimate and erotically charged scenes are inspired by his personal experiences and desires.