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  • SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNPLUGGEDby Vincent Sakowski

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNPLUGGED is a post-modern fantasy filled with anti-heroes and anti-climaxes. An allegorical tale, the story satirizes many of our everyday obsessions, including: the pursuit of wealth and materialism; the thirst for empty spectacles and violence; and climbing whatever social, political, or economical ladder is before us.... more...

  • Shall we gather at the gardenby Kevin Donihe

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    'It illuminates. It demonizes. It pulls the strings of the puppets controlling the strangest of passion plays within a corporate structure. Everyone, every thing, is a target of Mr. Donihe's wit and off-kilter worldview...There are shades of Philip K. Dick's wonderfully inventive The Divine Invasion (minus the lurid pop singer), trading up Zen Buddhism... more...

  • Cthulhus Baneby Marc Sanchez

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    Jack always had the nightmare, but it seemed to be more frequent lately... he'd be a young boy again, standing in a shallow swimming pool. At the other end were his parents, proud and approving; he'd swim to the middle then find himself in the middle of the ocean... on other occasions he would find himself in a great Cyclopean city of titan blocks... more...

  • Razor Wire Pubic Hairby Carlton Mellick III

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    A psycho-sexual fairy tale about a multi-gender screwing toy who is purchased by a razor dominatrix and brought into her nightmarish worlds of bizarre sex and mutilation. 'Razor Wire Pubic Hair is freaky, funny, brutal, techno-noir, limit-situation stuff set in a bad-dream future that's ultimately a metaphor for a present-day journey into the relentless... more...

  • Satan Burgerby Carlton Mellick III

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    Absurd philosophies, dark surrealism, and the end of the human race . . . God hates you. All of you. He closed the gates of Heaven and wants you to rot on Earth forever. Not only that, he is repossesing your souls and feeding them to a large vagina-like machine called the Walm - an interdimensional doorway that brings His New Children into the world.... more...

  • Scary Holidaysby Paul Melniczek

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    Here is a collection of stories for those of you who shudder at the thought of gulping down one more of Aunt Ida's 'famous' cookies, who dread facing another interminable discourse from Uncle Earl about pig farm economics. If the first few notes of 'Away in a Manger' cause you to grab something sharp and look around frantically for an eye to stab it... more...

  • Denizens of the Cityscapeby Kurt Newton

    Double Dragon Publishing 2002; US$ 5.99

    Denizens of the Cityscape and Other Vengeful VersesAre they stories? Are they poems? Once you start reading, it won't really matter. From the secrets of “The Village Pond” and the “The Old Stone Mill,” to the strange encounters with “The Vine” and “The Jigsaw Puzzle,” to the cast of doomsday characters... more...

  • Beyond Damnationby Wendy Brewer

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    Beyond Damned: Seductions in Madness will take you on a joyride you'll never forget. A breathless journey with characters who have slipped away from their moral center and entered the realm of the hopeless. Whether from the decisions they've made or the lives they lead, these various characters all share one common thread. That of being beyond redemption.... more...

  • Paths of Destinyby Sandy Deluca

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    This unique collection, authored by Bram Stoker nominated poet, Sandy Deluca, includes four memorable stories. In addition you'll discover over fifty poems which read like mini tales of magic, fantasy, horror and forbidden love. The collection is presented in three parts and each teaches us some very interesting lessons about destiny.In Part I, PATHS... more...

  • Gorelets, Unpleasant Poemsby Michael Arnzen

    Double Dragon Publishing 2003; US$ 5.99

    Gorelets is a collection of 'sudden horror poetry': 52 ultra short shockers guaranteed to make you squirm!Originally written on (and for) handheld computers as part of a successful online experiment at Arnzen's gorelets.com, each of these little 'caplets of gore' pack a powerful punch. With titles like 'Zombeanie Babies,' 'Teasing the Cyborg,' 'Brain... more...