Monterey, CA: DFI | Dada Foundation Imprints, 1997. Paperback. 257p. very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Inscribed and signed by the author on the front free endpaper.
"...a fictional-factual expedition into the mentality of ourselves and our secret government. Sometimes poetic and often funny, the story forms around Thomas Cortland Spofford, a CIA executive; Dave, his assistant; Dr Donovan Tesla Bruhn, a CIA scientist; Lysle, an idealistic housefly; Santa Sebatiana, patroness of the Penitentes, Pedro Felice Gonzales, a devout sheep-fucker; George Baxter, an optio from Legio Dix Frentensis; Billy Burke, a medical student; Blaise Cendrars & Richard Miller, superannuated romantics; a mutilated cat; a pedantic crow; an FBI agent; a radio preacher; a despicable child; and the world's first artificial living being to be designed around a mission, the product of nanotechnology applied to genetic engineering: Mosca, an intelligent (pseudo) fly."