Kirkus reviews CHIRAL MAD

KIRKUS REVIEWS, America’s premiere book review magazine, calls CHIRAL MAD “a compilation of entertaining, if often disturbing, stories” in its examination of the horror anthology published here on November 26, 2012.

CHIRAL MAD features 28 writers, such as Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck, Gene O’Neill, Gary McMahon, Gord Rollo, and Jeff Strand, but, as the KIRKUS review says “they are all ultimately dissimilar—because madness affects everyone differently.”

  1. White Pills – Ian Shoebridge
  2. Lost in a Field of Paper Flowers – Gord Rollo
  3. The Perfection of Symmetry – Andrew Hook
  4. Some Pictures in an Album – Gary McMahon
  5. Five Adjectives – Monica J. O’Rourke
  6. Enchanted Combustion – Amanda Ottino
  7. There are Embers – Chris Hertz
  8. Brighter Her Aura Grows – David Hearn
  9. Underwater – Barry Jay Kaplan
  10. Inevitable – Meghan Arcuri
  11. Experiments in an Isolation Tank – Eric J. Guignard
  12. Need – Gary Braunbeck
  13. Not the Child – Julie Stipes
  14. The White Quetzal – Gene O’Neill
  15. Send Your End – Patrick Lacey
  16. Mirror Moments – Christian A. Larsen
  17. Alderway – Patrick O’Neill
  18. Sigil – P. Gardner Goldsmith
  19. The Persistence of Vision – Jon Michael Kelley
  20. The Bad Season – A.A. Garrison
  21. Storm of Lightning – Aaron J. French
  22. Cubicle Farm – R.B. Payne
  23. A Flawed Fantasy – Jeff Strand
  24. The Apologies – Erik T. Johnson
  25. The Shoe Tree – Pat. R. Steiner
  26. Gaia Ungaia – John Palisano
  27. Amid the Walking Wounded – Jack Ketchum
  28. Underwater Ferris Wheel – Michael Bailey

CHIRAL MAD is now available for $15 through Amazon.com. Published by Written Backwards, all profits from the anthology go directly to Down’s syndrome charities. It would make a perfect holiday gift for that reader you pulled in the Secret Santa drawing. You know it would.

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2 Responses to “Kirkus reviews CHIRAL MAD”

  1. My secret Santa wants a wok. That’s kind of like a book, right?

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