Giveaway: Martyrs & Monsters ~ by Robert Dunbar
We have one “real” copy for a US address, offered graciously by the author. It is a collection of tales of horror for intelligent adults; and are also tastefully written GLBT stories.
Martyrs & Monsters runs the gamut, embracing vampires and sea serpents, werewolves and swamp creatures . . . as well as a host of nightmares for which no names exist. Whether set on an orbiting space station or within a haunted tenement, these terrifying tales are steeped in a passionate intensity that renders them all but unique. 288 pages; Uninvited Books (2011) http://www.uninvitedbooks.com/
What is being said about the collection from “those in the know”:
"The master of quiet horror returns with a superior collection of short stories. Carefully cadenced phrasing ... imbued with a trademark Southern Gothic sensibility and hauntingly sensual imagery ... touches a primordial fear center. Unnervingly erotic ... this is what horror does best." ~ HellNotes
"A masterpiece." ~ Dark Scribe Magazine
"Brilliantly chilling ... searingly erotic." ~ The Edge
"Substantial amounts of panache and poetic insight." ~ Cemetery Dance Magazine
"Provocative ... vivid and visceral." ~ GUD Magazine
"Never less than brilliant." ~ The Black Abyss
"A milestone of modern horror." ~ The Black Glove
Now for the Giveaway:
You do not need to be a follower to enter, but please do the following:
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- Enter via the Google document below:
Robert Dunbar is a writer, editor, and playwright. He has written for radio, television and theater and is the author of The Pines, The Shore, Martyrs & Monsters, and Willy.
He has achieved extraordinary levels of critical acclaim; he has penned articles for numerous and diverse publications; his mainstream fiction and his poetry have appeared in literary journals; and his plays have been produced in regional theatres. He has also scripted programs for public television and the Discovery Channel and is a frequent lecturer at colleges and literary societies.
But most importantly he is amazingly funny and in his spare time he likes to imagine himself as a professional ice skater, or possibly a trainer of tarantulas for jungle pictures. Find out more about him at his website and blog; Goodreads (his group there ~ Literary Horror); Twitter; and Facebook.