HippAll The World is Lost by Patrick Hipp, graduate, Riggio: Writing & Democracy program at The New School.

Wheelhouse Books, 2014

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Henry is thirty years old and already the father of a failed television show that has helped him author the demise of a working partnership, countless friendships, and a once-stable relationship. After a week back in New York spent hiding in his old apartment, he decides to start over again. Paris had once been good to him, years before clever dialogue and quick quips took over everything he wrote, so he returns, ready to get things right. But as he searches for the electricity of his supposed glory days, he is mired by his own fantastic dreams and muddled memories and finds himself more lost than ever.