by Brian Hodge
Artwork by Vincent Chong
Signed Limited Edition - $35.00
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OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER
Cemetery Dance, 2011; 314 pp.; limited to 750 copies signed by the author
About the Book:
Dying is easy. Living is hard.
Step back, back into the world of 1996...
"Dark fiction so numbing cold and cutting edge you better hold onto your ass with your free hand … There are no simple 'entertainments' or cheap grabs for the throat to be found here. Hodge is deadly serious about presenting a world where the worst punishment is the mere fact that you are aware you will probably live to see another day."
So wrote critic Stanley Wiater about Brian Hodge's renowned first short fiction collection, The Convulsion Factory. Three collections later, nothing has changed.
Well ... maybe one or two trifling entertainments. A couple of cheap grabs for some body part or another. But that's about it. There are still plenty of fates worse than death.
Table of Contents:
With Acknowledgments To Sun Tzu
If I Should Wake Before I Die
The Passion of the Beast
The Firebrand Symphony
Brushed In Blackest Silence
An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Flesh
And They Will Come In The Hour of Our Greatest Need
Re: Your Application of 5/5
Where the Black Stars Fall
When the Silence Gets Too Loud
Hate the Sinner, Love the Sin
A Good Dead Man Is Hard To Find
Our Turn Too Will One Day Come
When the Bough Doesn't Break