Jefre's been writing on and off for the past several years. Fair 'n Square represents, by far, his most irrelevant ... er, irreverent effort. Judge not his character by it, but rather, chalk it up to his inexplicable affinity for rednecks and fast women (hmm ... this pretty much does speak to his character, doesn't it?).
He credits Flannery O'Connor and Cormac McCarthy as his primary influences, but you wouldn't know it after reading Fair 'n Square.