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Original Fiction: “Another Satisfied ‘HORRORSTÖR’ Shopper”


Original Fiction: “Another Satisfied ‘HORRORSTÖR’ Shopper”

The following original piece of fiction was inspired by  HORRORSTÖR a new novel by Grady Hendrix. It’s available from Quirk Books and your favorite book retailers right now!
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Something strange is happening at the Orsk furniture superstore in Columbus, Ohio. Every morning, employees arrive to find broken Kjerring wardrobes, shattered Brooka glassware, and vandalized [...]

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The Quirky Soothsaying of ‘Colorstrology’


The Quirky Soothsaying of ‘Colorstrology’

Our friends at Quirk Books are responsible for some of the most unforgettably odd and amusing books in the wide world of publishing, from Victorian zombie novels to guides to crafting with shed cat hair. (By that I mean cat hair shed by your cat, not hair from whatever “Shed Cat” might be. Presumably Shed [...]

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Eric Smith on ‘The Geek’s Guide to Dating’


Eric Smith on ‘The Geek’s Guide to Dating’

I’ve been happily married for almost two decades now to a woman who doesn’t bat an eye when I bring home yet another Star Wars toy – I mean collectible – and will happily play Dungeons & Dragons when I’m running a game (as long as I don’t bring up her cleric who was eaten [...]

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An Interview with Ian Doescher, Author, ‘William Shakespeare’s Star Wars’


An Interview with Ian Doescher, Author, ‘William Shakespeare’s Star Wars’

Ian Doescher is the author of William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: An adaptation of Star Wars: Episode Four: A New Hope in the bard’s inimitable style.
Return once more to a galaxy far, far away with this sublime retelling of George Lucas’s epic Star Wars in the style of the immortal Bard of Avon. The saga of [...]

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Anatomy of the Fantastic: ‘The Resurrectionist’ by E.B. Hudspeth


Anatomy of the Fantastic: ‘The Resurrectionist’ by E.B. Hudspeth

My friends at Quirk Books were kind enough to send a copy of E.B. Hudspeth’s novel/art book The Resurrectionist some time back, and unfortunately it has taken me a bit longer than I would have liked to get to reviewing it. I hope my readers will forgive me; Surely some of you are familiar with [...]

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‘The Star Trek Book of Opposites’: A Most Logical Gift


‘The Star Trek Book of Opposites’: A Most Logical Gift

The holiday shopping season officially begins tomorrow, and many of you will be out looking for the perfect gift for the little geeklet in your life. While video games and noisy toys are all well and good, don’t forget the educational gifts.
Wait – don’t walk away, yet! Education need not be boring. As a [...]

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The Peculiar Charms of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’


The Peculiar Charms of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’

Throughout his entire life, Jacob’s grandfather Abe, a holocaust survivor, always told him he fled Europe during World War II to escape from the monsters. After sixteen year-old Jacob discovers Abe lying in a nearby field, mortally wounded by what many later assume to be a pack of wild dogs, the old man’s dying words [...]

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Take Five with Coleridge Cook, Author, “The Meowmorphosis”


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Take Five with Ben H. Winters, Author, “Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters” and “Android Karenina”


Take Five with Ben H. Winters, Author, “Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters” and “Android Karenina”

Ben H. Winters is the contributor for this week’s Take Five, a regular series where we ask authors to share five facts about their latest books. His most recent works are Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters and Android Karenina.

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