Toxic Tales (Acidic Fiction #2)

Toxic Tales Acidic Fiction Something is wrong because the real world is slowly shifting away from reality It might be a steamy romance cooling into icy animosity an innocent childhood violently cut short or just the mangled

  • Title: Toxic Tales (Acidic Fiction #2)
  • Author: Steven x Davis David Barclay Sean Benham M. James Bizzell R.Y. Brockway Erin Cole Alicia Cusano-Weissenbach Loren Eaton
  • ISBN: 9780692537381
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • Something is wrong, because the real world is slowly shifting away from reality It might be a steamy romance cooling into icy animosity, an innocent childhood violently cut short, or just the mangled animal carcasses showing up in the woods every night.Taken from the final months of Acidic Fiction, this anthology collects the fiercest and finest contemporary science fictiSomething is wrong, because the real world is slowly shifting away from reality It might be a steamy romance cooling into icy animosity, an innocent childhood violently cut short, or just the mangled animal carcasses showing up in the woods every night.Taken from the final months of Acidic Fiction, this anthology collects the fiercest and finest contemporary science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories from Spring 2015.Featuring 14 toxic tales by David Barclay, Sean Benham, M James Bizzell, R Y Brockway, Erin Cole, Alicia Cusano Weissenbach, Loren Eaton, Joshua Harding, Kiya Krier, Joshua Mannix, Dara Marquardt, Samuel Marzioli, M B Vuja i , and Robert Luke Wilkins.These stories, selected and edited by Steven x Davis, contain a fascinating variety of voices and ideas from every corner of contemporary speculative fiction, all with an acidic edge.

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    1. Fans of Ray Bradbury and T. C. Boyle won't be disappointed. Alas! This anthology marks the demise of a truly unique repository for tales of the surreal, fantastical, and macabre. The online magazine, Acidic Fiction, was a treasure trove of magical realism some of which has, thankfully, been preserved in two anthologies: Corrosive Chronicles (Volume 1) and Toxic Tales (Volume 2). The second volume and swan song of the magazine contains exquisite tales befitting a final performance. Of particular [...]

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