Not since A Clockwork Orange has a novel been so creatively written and designed. Written as though the reader has discovered loosely discarded pages of a manuscript on a coffee table edited in what seems to be a chaotic attempt of thought, and concentration of a mind soaked in acid. The primary character in this epic novel journeys us on his drug induced highways of fractured love, racing thoughts tearing through anxiety, and feverish episodes of delirium. Surrounded by murder, kink, the multiple realities of drug induced Philip K. Dick like levels of 'what is and is not real, or what seems to be unreality', comes to life in the multitude of colors of burning mind within the pages of Mackoushian's masterpiece. Not a hack writer nor a declared over compensator of literary ego but a writer of progression towards the layers of discovery of truth from the relative points of view that a drug addicted character inhales. Mackoushian has done more than leave a subtle footprint in the literary community he has created a landmark imprint on it.
Harutyun Mackoushian (a.k.a. Harutyun Catalyst), his writing genres blend multiple realities, and dark erotica into a symbiotic relationship. Harutyun's primary works are fiction, in addition he is poet, some of his poems and short stories were published in Haggard & Halloo Literary Magazine. He published his solar/ethereal novel Blepharospasm in April 2011, which is deliriums & visions from his former life, and published his lunar novel Saliva Incantations in December 2012. He made a short film installation, reciting the manifesto of his occult group and also of his screenplay Interzone. The short film installation screened on January 2013 in Cheers Pub Yerevan