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Chiral Mad
Edited by Michael Bailey
Review by Mario Guslandi
Written Backwards Trade Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781479152438
Date: 11 October 2012 List Price $15.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Book Trailer / Publisher's Website / Show Article /

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Product Description: Chiral Mad is an anthology of psychological horror containing twenty-eight short stories by established authors and newcomers from around the world. All profit from sales of this anthology go directly to Down syndrome charities. Featuring the imaginations of Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck, Gene O'Neill, Gary McMahon, Gord Rollo, Jeff Strand, Michael Bailey, and many others, with an introduction by Thomas F. Monteleone.

Table of Contents: Introduction - Thomas F. Monteleone; White Pills - Ian Shoebridge; Lost in a Field of Paper Flowers - Gord Rollo; The Perfection of Symmetry - Andrew Hook; Some Pictures in an Album - Gary McMahon; Five Adjectives - Monica J. O'Rourke; Enchanted Combustion - Amanda Ottino; There are Embers - Chris Hertz; Brighter Her Aura Grows - David Hearn; Underwater - Barry Jay Kaplan; Experiments in an Isolation Tank - Eric J. Guignard; Need - Gary A. Braunbeck; Not the Child - Julie Stipes; The White Quetzal - Gene O'Neill; Mirror Moments - Christian A. Larsen; Alderway - Patrick O'Neill; Sigil - P. Gardner Goldsmith; The Persistence of Vision - Jon Michael Kelley; The Bad Season - A.A. Garrison; Storm of Lightning - Aaron J. French; Inevitable - Meghan Arcuri; Send Your End - Patrick Lacey; A Flawed Fantasy - Jeff Strand; Cubicle Farm - R.B. Payne; The Apologies - Erik T. Johnson; The Shoe Tree - Pat. R. Steiner; Gaia Ungaia - John Palisano; Amid the Walking Wounded - Jack Ketchum; and Underwater Ferris Wheel - Michael Bailey.

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