Melbourne-born Andrez Bergen is an expatriate Australian author, journalist, DJ, photographer and musician, based in Tokyo, Japan, over the past eleven years. Aside from specializing in Japanese culture, anime, movies, and electronic music's various tangents, Bergen has written fiction for Another Sky Press, Crime Factory, Shotgun Honey and Snubnose Press, worked with anime director Mamoru Oshii, and did a book of prose in collaboration with Polish photographer Tomek Sikora. He published his debut novel, 'Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat', in 2011. Bergen makes music and videos under aliases Little Nobody, Slam-Dunk Ninja, and Funk Gadget, and he ran indie/experimental record label IF? for fourteen years. One Hundred Years of Vicissitude is his second novel.
"Dreamlike and bewitchingly evocative." (A FLAWED MIND) "A unique, memorable story - indescribable, exhilarating." (FORCES OF GEEK) "A terrific book!" (BARE BONES) "Quirky, poignant, and utterly brilliant." (DRYING INK) "Hard-boiled and entertaining." (ZOUCH MAGAZINE) "A wildly enchanting journey down the rabbit hole." (ELIZABETH A. WHITEWorldwide)"