Pages from the Attic - James R. Dracy

Pages from the Attic

By James R. Dracy

  • Release Date: 2014-09-27
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
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Pages from the Attic James R. Dracy Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

A collection of short stories from the original Mixed Bag O' Nuts, that gaggle of O. Henry wannabes, the scribes of The Old Arkham Writer's Asylum.

Together for the first time (in one place) in all their disjointed glory. Until now they'd just been sending out query letters, drinking coffee, collecting rejection slips, and bemoaning the lack of appreciation of their collective genius. But, like chimps pounding away at their typewriters, they persevered, putting their twisted thoughts on paper and hoping to find an audience just as devious as they.

Whether you prefer the older style of Nigel Tidwell, the Southern Goth of Breanna Berwood, or the barely legible scrawling of Jeff Spfaff -- from the mirthful to the macabre -- you'll surely find something to amuse you in this delightful little tome.

Apart from the demented ramblings of their Editor-in-Chief, James R. Dracy, this might just be the most creative anthology to come down the pike in some time.

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