Flowchart of the Damned: Stephen Graham Jones, Jonathan Wood, Stant Litore
Stephen Graham Jones’s Flowchart of the Damned, depicting the gamut of weird fiction, seems like a fitting visual for this short post alerting you to some interesting new releases. Over at Weird Fiction Review, you’ll also find a new feature about Jones’s story in The Weird–great stuff.
First off, Jones has a new story collection out, After the People Lights Go Out. He’s in our The Weird anthology and highly recommended. Just a great writer.
Jonathan Wood’s Yesterday’s Hero came out last week and looks to be an action-packed and entertaining follow up to No Hero. This is weird fiction, but also sends up weird fiction in a way.
Stant Litore, who is featured in Wonderbook, has been doing fascinating phantasmagorical things with zombies in biblical times. He has a new single out on Amazon, I Will Hold My Death Close. Check it out and then his novels if you haven’t yet read his work.
Later this week: A reverie about some Dorothy Project books, among others. Yep, that’s right: keeping it eclectic now and for always.
2 comments on “Flowchart of the Damned: Stephen Graham Jones, Jonathan Wood, Stant Litore”
The fiction is always different than the reality. This one is however bit closure to reality because of the flowchart i guss, there is flow in the story as well. I like it
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