- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Written Backwards (28 March 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0999575449
- ISBN-13: 978-0999575444
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 676 g
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Michael Bailey is a multi-award-winning author, editor and publisher, and the recipient of over two dozen literary accolades, including the Bram Stoker Award, Benjamin Franklin Award, Eric Hoffer Book Award, Independent Publisher Book Award, Indie Book Award, International Book Award, and a handful of others. His nonlinear novels include PALINDROME HANNAH, PHOENIX ROSE, and a co-authored meta-novel called PSYCHOTROPIC DRAGON (co-illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne, Daniele Serra, and Ty Scheuerman), and he has published two short story and poetry collections, SCALES AND PETALS, and INKBLOTS AND BLOOD SPOTS (illustrated by Daniele Serra and introduced by Douglas E. Winter). Through Written Backwards, an imprint of Dark Regions Press, he is responsible for producing works of psychological horror, dark science fiction, and speculative fiction, anthologies such as PELLUCID LUNACY, QUALIA NOUS, THE LIBRARY OF THE DEAD (illustrated by GAK), three volumes of CHIRAL MAD (the last illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne and introduced by Chuck Palahniuk), a fiction collection by Paul Michael Anderson called BONES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN (illustrated by Pat R. Steiner and introduced by Damien Angelica Walters), and ALLEVON, a series of illustrated books that include Gene O'Neill's novella AT THE LAZY K (illustrated by L.A. Spooner and introduced by Rena Mason), and a collection of zombie novelettes by Scott Edelman called LIARS, FAKERS, AND THE DEAD WHO EAT THEM (illustrated by Daniele Serra and introduced by Brian Keene). Also under the Written Backwards imprint is The Cal Wild Chronicles, a 4-book series by Gene O'Neill (illustrated by Orion Zangara), a magnum opus including THE CONFESSIONS OF ST. ZACH, THE BURDEN OF INDIGO, THE NEAR FUTURE, and THE FAR FUTURE. In his spare time he is the Managing Editor of Science Fiction for Dark Regions Press, where he has created and edited original science fiction projects like YOU, HUMAN: an anthology of dark science fiction (co-illustrated by L.A. Spooner and Orion Zangara, and introduced by New York Times Bestselling author F. Paul Wilson), and OTHER MUSIC, the debut solo novel by Marc Levinthal (introduced by John Skipp). "Michael Bailey's become one great editor. Rock-solid." - Jack Ketchum
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Chiral Mad 35 September 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I did enjoy some of the stories as they were well written and even a bit frightful while others simply rambled with not much of a plot. I also did not care for the poetry between stories. They almost seemed like fillers.
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Pretty good27 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I enjoyed the short stories. Most of them kept my attention so well I read them in one sitting. However, I didn't like the poems that were between the stories with the exception of two of them.
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Intense26 February 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I loved the mixture of poetry and short stories. Each story was intense in its own way, and I would be incredibly hard pressed to choose a favorite.
Don't like it.22 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Not what I expected.