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Bite Me, Robot Boy is a seminal new anthology of poetry and fiction spanning genres, styles and cultures. This is a compilation of what Dog Horn Publishing does best: writing that takes risks, crosses boundaries and challenges expectations.
This volume is ripe with prime produce sprung from minds that span five decades, but comprise a single literary generation.
From gothic fairytale to humorous pop-culture satire, five of the North’s top writers showcase the diversity of British talent that exists outside the country’s capital and put their strange, funny, mythical landscapes firmly on the literary map.
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“Brown is a new generation Updike” – Jo Brandon, The Cadaverine
Today the cracks made themselves known . . . He was lurking around the Zone, lured by the patterns locked into the pavement. The city was undergoing massive metamorphism. Her streets buckled and splintered. A web was formed, like protein seeking fronds of fungi seep within the soil so the cracks roved across the slabs and walls. They formed a cryptic alphabet; the cuneiform scrawl of his goddess unfolded before his eyes.
Celebrated author Tom Bradley’s latest short story collection Hemorrhaging Slave of an Obese Eunuch will take you to the Adriatic Sea in Neronic times, Hiroshima’s demon-infested basement, the royal elephant stables in Hindustan, a Tokyo AIDS hospice, a yacht near a Chinese leper colony and on top of a skull-shaped geothermal formation in the prune-coloured midnight.
KEROTAKIS is Janice Lee’s postmodern exploration of consciousness, form and narrative, as it follows the journey of G.I.L.L. A contemporary reimagining of Frankenstein that takes us forwards, backwards and sideways through time and space, this is a cutting-edge novel for the multimedia age.
‘an amazing debut collection of twenty-three very brief but powerful and disturbing tales’ — ELLEN DATLOW, in The Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 3