High Fidelity meets The Magicians in this ‘90s punk rock fantasy by triple threat guitarist, author, and Hugo Award–winning editor Jason Heller.
Peter, a punk rock guitar player with OCD tendencies—It’s why everyone calls him rePeter—works at The Wax Rack, a record store in Denver. Pete has a talent he couldn’t understand until he attends a by-invitation-only concert at a secret warehouse location.
Pete can do things if he performs a ritual that dives into his OCD, you can call it magic if you want, and this band, Order of Organs, are all magicians, and they need Pete as much as he needs them, if they’re going to save Denver from what’s coming.
Filled with the anti-mainstream and DIY ethos of the movement, Repeater is the heartbreaking punk rock fantasy we need.
Jason Heller is the author of Strange Stars, Taft 2012, and numerous short stories in magazines and anthologies. He’s also a Hugo Award–winning editor for his work in Clarkesworld Magazine. Jason has written about pop culture for The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NPR, Entertainment Weekly, The A.V. Club, and many others. In his spare time, he plays guitar in the post-punk band Weathered Statutes and is a resident DJ at Funk Club and Mile High Soul Club. He lives in Denver with his wife, Angie.