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Light crept across the snow in the backyard and the snow became blindingly bright--it seemed more than white, seemed more like empty space, like a crisp sheet of paper just fed through the roller of a typewriter.
Adam Golaski spins dark, weird tales in the original sense of the word: uncanny, unearthly, sometimes fantastic and always slightly off-center. These are stories to be savored late at night in bed, read by the light of a single lamp in an empty, dark house.
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"In spare, luminous prose, Golaski conjures a unique blend of strangeness and menace. His vividly real characters are illuminated by the supernatural, even as it disrupts and changes their lives in ways thatare variously enigmatic, disturbing and downright frightening."--Christopher HarmanAbout the Author:
Adam Golaski is a husband and a father. Adam wrote Color Plates (Rose Metal Press, 2009). His translation of Sir Gawain & the Green Knight--"Green"--appears in installments on the critical site Open Letters. Adam edits and publishes New Genre, a journal of horror and science fiction, now in its seventh year.
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Book Description Raw Dog Screaming Press, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111933293667
Book Description Raw Dog Screaming Press, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1933293667