"I think the genre it most closely resembles is a '70s concept album like Quadrophenia or Tommy or Ziggy Stardust…"
There are still rewards beyond our wildest imagining awaiting us out in the world — we only have to open our eyes to see them.
Get your warm and fuzzy someplace else. This isn't your father's horror and depravity.
Justin Taylor's first collection of short stories, about the not-quite-lovable, but humanized, losers in life.
Engaging stories filled with characters equally as compelling as their plots.
It is hard to find someone to like in the novella; the protagonist is a cross between Dickens's Miss Havisham and Faulkner's Benjy Compson.
Very good short stories that just miss the mark for greatness.
Thirty-six cities, thirty-six stories. With tales of misery and imagination bursting with kaleidoscopic styles and off-kilter storylines, the pointillistic Metrophilias evokes moods from poignancy to black humor.
Warriors is big enough to use as a weapon, but includes 20 amazing examples of great short fiction!
A collection of microstories from an award-winning author with a style described as "hip-hop zen."