DJSturbia

DJSturbia

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"DJSturbia is home to monsters. All kinds of monsters, from skyscraper-sized Godzilla (twice!) to the microscopic space germ known as the Andromeda Strain. Monsters human and inhuman, from fictional psycho killers to the real-life terrorists of 9/11. Lovecraftian horrors. Extraterrestrial insects. Giant serpents. Gargoyles and ghosts. Gunfighters and assassins. The battlefield monstrosities known as Warbirds, the alien invaders called Black Widowers, and--oh, yes--a little critter named Bob. Classic monsters lurk here, too: That Creature from That Lagoon. That Thing from Another World. Monsters living, monsters dead...and in-between. David J. Schow's newest collection features his usual lucky thirteen short stories--shoot 'em ups, horror noir, and surprises aplenty--plus, for the first time, a poison-candy sampler of thirteen additional essays covering everything from The Crow to live snake-handling"-- dust jacket flap.
Publisher: Burton, Mich. : Subterranean Press, 2016.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781596067721
Branch Call Number: SCH
Characteristics: 314 pages ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Disturbia

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Dreadwinds_Johnsen
Mar 09, 2017

This is a disappointing collection of unrepentantly self aggrandizing hot air. Literary vomitus. Garbage in other words.

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