Lazy Fascist Press is offering a deal during the month of December:
From now until January 1st, 2011, if you purchase Boneyard Babies by Alan M. Clark from Amazon.com and send your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org, they’ll send you a free copy of Pain and Other Petty Plots to Keep You in Stitches.
I have a copy of “Pain and Other Petty Plots to Keep You in Stitches” and it’s an amazing book. It’s a graphic novel sized collection of bizarro horror illustrated by Alan Clark himself. If strange morbid surgery horror is your thing then you need this book.
Here’s some of the artwork:
Boneyard Babies is Alan Clark’s newest book. Some of you might remember it from when I was asking for suggestions on the title. Your vote was overwhelmingly “Boneyard Babies” and that’s what the publisher decided to go with.
about BONEYARD BABIES:
A man searches for his lover in a medical laboratory where people are transformed into nightmarish mutants. An undead prostitute enters the underworld to face off against a jackal-headed god. A woman incarcerated for her lipstick addiction must eat her own limbs or face imminent death. A tumor recounts its life with a man named Applewide.
In the morbidly surreal universe of World Fantasy Award-winner Alan M. Clark, there are only two types of people: those who are monsters, and those who are eaten by monsters. Proceed with caution.
Here’s what people are saying:
“Alan Clark has one wicked sense of humor.” —Elizabeth Massie, Stoker winning author of Sineater.
“We all know Alan Clark is one hell of an artist — in fact, one of the best the imaginative field has ever produced. Turns out he’s one hell of a writer, too. If that’s not a one-two punch that will knock you out I don’t know what is.” —Al Sarrantonio, author of Moonbane and editor of 999, Portents, and Stories (with Neil Gaiman)
“If you think Alan Clark’s art is darkly delightful, just wait until you read his twisted and fantastical tales. I promise you it will make weird and wonderful pictures in your head! And isn’t that what we all really want?” —Ann VanderMeer, Hugo-award winning Editor-in-Chief of Weird Tales magazine
“This is brain-melting stuff.” —Jeremy Robert Johnson, author of Angel Dust Apocalypse and Extinction Journals
Get it at amazon.com