Monstrosities

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“Jeremy C. Shipp’s boldness, daring, originality, and sheer smarts make him one of the most vital younger writers who have colonized horror literature in the past decade. Shipp’s modernist clarity, plus his willingness to risk damn near everything, put him up at the head of the pack with the very best.”—Peter Straub, author of Ghost Story"Jeremy C. Shipp is one of the most dynamic forces in horror."—Scott Nicholson, author of McFALLA man with clown heads for hands. A city full of shape-shifting worms. A Cinderella story that ends with slaughter. These are just some of the monstrosities you'll encounter in this horror collection by Bram Stoker Award Nominee Jeremy C. Shipp. The collection totals over 20,000 words.Table of Contents:FigsThe TunnelAlmost ParadiseWormsThe Little Glass SoulClown HandsColdFlesh and BloodBuriedGoogly"Shipp's clear, insistent voice pulls you down into the rabbit hole and doesn't let go." --Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Next Door“I’m convinced Jeremy Shipp is a little bit crazy, in the best possible way.”—Jeff VanderMeer, author of City of Saints & Madmen and Shriek: An Afterword “Jeremy Shipp is a very good drug.”–John Skipp, author of The Emerald Burrito of Oz"Shipp’s flashbang stories will turn your mind inside-out.”—Ronald Damien Malfi, author of PassengerJeremy Shipp is an incredibly talented author. His impressive stories are as intelligent, entertaining, and moving as they are strange. Read him now.”—Carlton Mellick III, author of The Egg Man“Jeremy C. Shipp writes about horrible things in marvelous ways. A weird, funny, brutal, transcendent read. Highly recommended.”—Michael Louis Calvillo, Bram Stoker Finalist author of I Will Rise“…intriguing, challenging, literate, provocative...”—Piers Anthony, author of the Xanth series

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Expired Deals Monstrosities “Jeremy C. Shipp’s boldness, daring, originality, and sheer smarts make him one of the most vital younger writers who have colonized horror literature in the past decade. Shipp’s modernist clarity, plus his willingness to risk damn near everything, put him up at the head of the pack with the very best.”—Peter Straub, author of Ghost Story"Jeremy C. Shipp is one of the most dynamic forces in horror."—Scott Nicholson, author of McFALLA man with clown heads for hands. A city full of shape-shifting worms. A Cinderella story that ends with slaughter. These are just some of the monstrosities you'll encounter in this horror collection by Bram Stoker Award Nominee Jeremy C. Shipp. The collection totals over 20,000 words.Table of Contents:FigsThe TunnelAlmost ParadiseWormsThe Little Glass SoulClown HandsColdFlesh and BloodBuriedGoogly"Shipp's clear, insistent voice pulls you down into the rabbit hole and doesn't let go." --Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Next Door“I’m convinced Jeremy Shipp is a little bit crazy, in the best possible way.”—Jeff VanderMeer, author of City of Saints & Madmen and Shriek: An Afterword “Jeremy Shipp is a very good drug.”–John Skipp, author of The Emerald Burrito of Oz"Shipp’s flashbang stories will turn your mind inside-out.”—Ronald Damien Malfi, author of PassengerJeremy Shipp is an incredibly talented author. His impressive stories are as intelligent, entertaining, and moving as they are strange. Read him now.”—Carlton Mellick III, author of The Egg Man“Jeremy C. Shipp writes about horrible things in marvelous ways. A weird, funny, brutal, transcendent read. Highly recommended.”—Michael Louis Calvillo, Bram Stoker Finalist author of I Will Rise“…intriguing, challenging, literate, provocative...”—Piers Anthony, author of the Xanth series http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/516kUK67GAL._SL160_.jpg
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