The stories all have a nice flow and very unique subject matter.
They are all sufficiently gruesome.
What draws the authors of the stories in this anthology together is the opportunity to raise money for amFAR, an AIDS research foundation.
The one real problem I have is the use of the word Extreme in the title.
The story gets truly bizarre when not only does this creature resemble a giant caterpillar with a human face, but a hookah pipe is found in the same vicinity.
Braunbeck, and Paul G.
You can almost hear the sounds and smell the smells.
Ethan disappears, and six months later Roger begins getting text messages from a stranger.
Other than that I think David Dunwoody is a top notch storyteller with a vivid imagination.
Magical realism is defined by an idilic portray of atmospheres and feelings thus bringing forth the magical expression of life.
Boobs show off was ready to dislike the project, the first story "The Toucher" was told in second person by a actor playing a young girl.
This is a a project that is perfect for libraries, a cool thing that most people most think to buy but my check out from the library.
It looked the treasure it was; the authors represented spanned several generations, ranging from Ray Bradbury to John Shirley, and also including young hip-snappers like Cody Goodfellow and Lisa Morton.
I think the author of this list is confusing subtle formalist moments as legitimate credentials for inclusion in this genre.