Roy is a washing machine messiah. Recently turned human, he must pave the way for the coming of the washer-men. Unfortunately, Roy is not a very good messiah. More obsessed with the daytime Soap Opera Sands of Eternity, Roy deviates from his mission in order to follow his dream of acting in a scene with its beautiful leading lady, before she is retired from the show. But Roy soon discovers that the rise to stardom isn’t a simple task, especially for a man whose mouth is an out-of-control washing machine. A menagerie of freaks, bukkake hair treatments, sexually deranged divas, super-powered superstars, snuff films, gloop lunches, and a murderous washing machine man known only as The Dark Washer-all await Roy on his quest through the bowels of the day-time drama industry. It’s The Little Mermaid meets O’Lucky Man, filtered through Futurama. Washer Mouth is a totally fucking insane satire of Soap Operas that could only come from the unbalanced mind of Kevin L Donihe.
“Who opened the gates and set free this slouching beast (on the proverbial march to Bethlehem, of course) called Kevin Donihe?”–MICHAEL HEMMINGSON, editor of What the Fuck
“Kevin L. Donihe is brilliant. One of the most creative, most original authors out there, Donihe is in my top five list of sure things. When I need a little surrealism, a little thought to my scare and tear, it’s him I sprint to.”–HORROR WEB
Kevin L. Donihe hails from Tennessee. He is the Wonderland Award-winning author of House of Houses, Space Walrus, Night of the A**holes, The Traveling Dildo Salesman, The Flappy Parts, The Greatest F*cking Moment in Sports, Shall We Gather at the Garden?, and Grape City from Eraserhead Press or its imprints. He is also the world’s oldest living wombat.
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