Dead Clown Barbecue

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Hardcover limited edition available for pre-order on from Dark Regions Press! Trade paperback and digital editions coming soon!

A man who finds a severed nose on a plate on his dining room table. A bell that can summon Satan (maybe). Casual Fridays at work that get out of control. A cheery outlook on the post-apocalyptic landscape. The final thoughts of a doomed skydiver. A girl punished by having to share a bed with her grandmother’s corpse. Revenge via baking a tarantula into a cake. A romance between two carnivorous genetically enhanced plants. And the lost tale of Fangboy.

These are only a few of the demented stories in DEAD CLOWN BARBECUE, a collection of twenty-nine gleefully macabre tales, seven of which were written just for this collection. There’s even a brand new one about a ventriloquist dummy. Those things creep you out, right? You’ll laugh. You’ll scream. Okay…you probably won’t actually scream, unless you already had issues before you started reading, but you might cringe and get a little spooked.

Table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • Pett Semmuteary
  • Comeuppance
  • The Apocalypse Ain’t So Bad
  • The Bell…FROM HELL!!!
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Stop Stabbing Me
  • Eight-Legged Vengeance
  • The Drop
  • Here’s What Happened…
  • Pregnancy Test
  • Mr. Twitcher’s Miracle Baby-Chopping Machine
  • The Carver
  • Push the Button
  • Specimen 313
  • My Knife Collection
  • Drain Bamage
  • Gramma’s Corpse
  • Burden
  • Rough Draft
  • Fangboy and the Troll
  • Dead in the Water
  • Immunity
  • The Big Bite
  • We Believe
  • Poor Career Choice
  • True Hero
  • Chomp (A Cautionary Tale)
  • The Severed Nose
  • Dummy
  • Story Notes
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2 Responses to “Dead Clown Barbecue”

  1. David Haywood Young Says:

    Very, very nice collection. I’ve read almost all your stuff. All I can say: I wish you could write it faster.

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  2. Weekly Challenge freebie #4: Love is a Frail Reed - Caveat Lector Says:

    […] forgot to mention this story was inspired by Dead Clown Barbecue. I was working on something entirely different, then got irritated by an irrelevancy, then…wrote […]

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