Review by Keith Rawson
Look! Up in the sky! It's a jellyfish! It's a squid! It's a dildo! No, wait, it's David James Keaton's Post-Modern Crime novel, 'The Last Projector'!
Review by Max Booth III
As a favor for her brother, Flynne agrees to cover his shift beta testing a new virtual reality game. While deep in the game, Flynne witnesses something nobody expected her to see.
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard
When a young writer is assigned to interview a death row inmate, his discoveries could lead to the unravelling of both a macabre mystery and, if he's not careful--his own tenuous grip on sanity.
Concerning litters of piglets, unexplained pregnancies, identical twin movie stars, conjoined infants, Kamikaze pilots, and two bombs turned human.
Review by Brian McGackin
FLASH! A-AH! Savior of the universe! FLASH! A-AH! Fiction for every one of us!
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
The long awaited literary debut from our favorite body horror auteur.
Review by Leah Dearborn
Thrown should be required reading for all literary nonfiction fans.
Review by Christopher Shultz
Just in time for Halloween, a collection of short, scary tales involving films and filmmaking.
Comparisons to Cormac McCarthy are justified. Now there's a sentence I never thought I'd type.