“With his fifth collection, award-winning author Brian Hodge cultivates an assortment of his best stories, all with one thing in common: It’s the end of the world.”
Two cousins returning to the family home after the death of their grandmother find their old community rotting from the inside and expose a secret their grandmother didn’t take to her grave.
A snow day turns apocalyptic when the snow just keeps coming down.
The last of the terrible city fathers is dying, and the townspeople living under his doom choose their right to self-determination one last time.
As history comes full circle and the world plunges into a volcanic winter, survivors gather at a mountain lake to conjure the most famous monster in the world.
“It’s the end of the world as we know it . . . and we don’t feel fine at all.”
Why we’re excited about this book:
With his fifth collection, award-winning author Brian Hodge cultivates an assortment of his best stories, all with one thing in common: It’s the end of the world. Author of Nightlife, Deathgrip, I’ll Bring You the Birds From out of the Sky, The Immaculate Void, and many more, Hodge fearlessly takes his readers on strange and horrifying journeys that they soon won’t forget. Peter Straub called Hodge “a writer of spectacularly unflinching gifts”. Skidding Into Oblivion by Brian Hodge releases from ChiZine Publications 19 February 2019 and is available for pre-order now.
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