I've reviewed Robert Lopez's excellent novel Kamby Bolongo Mean River for The Review of Contemporary fiction:
Kamby Bolongo Mean River may be about a man named Johnny, who is probably in a mental institution, where he may have a phone that can only receive calls, which might be used by the staff of the institution to test him, or might be called periodically by ordinary people. We can be fairly certain he comes from Injury, Alaska, which is ironic given that there is no such place.
My old buddy William George interviewed me. I'm not sure why! It was fun, though. You can also read his comic, which is more fun than I am.