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Attic Clowns: Volume Three (Attic Clowns #3)

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This creepy collection features three twisted tales by Bram Stoker Award nominee Jeremy C. Shipp.

The stories include:
Spider Clowns from Planet X
Dust Bunnies

Praise for Jeremy C. Shipp:

“Shipp’s boldness, daring, originality, and sheer smarts make him one of the most vital younger writers who have colonized horror literature in the past decade.”
–Peter Straub, author of
Kindle Edition, 36 pages
Published February 6th 2012 by Attic Clown Press
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Send in the Clowns

These books are way beyond and above the usual wacky, bizarro horror tales I've read. There's no flop sweat, no trying too hard, no evident strain or rookie effort. Rather, they are bold, assured and, even, restrained in terms of pacing and structure.

The three stories in this book aren't about clowns. Sure, they have clown characters, but the clowns could be tongueless dwarfs or aliens or squid-head people. The clowns are there to assure the reader that the ride will most defin
Eric Townsend
Jan 10, 2013 Eric Townsend rated it it was amazing
I always enjoy reading the insane brand of humor that is unique to the dark recesses, or perhaps in his case the lighter ones, of Jeremy C. Shipp’s mind. There is probably a deeper message behind each of his tales but the clowns never let me see them fully, and maybe it is better that way. If anyone reading the Attic Clowns stories does understand the hidden meanings then their minds are probably just as warped as the clowns inside of them, so it’s better off if you just enjoy the ride, as long ...more
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Jeremy C. Shipp is the Bram Stoker nominated author of Cursed, Vacation, and Sheep and Wolves. His shorter tales have appeared or are forthcoming in over 50 publications, the likes of Cemetery Dance, ChiZine, Apex Magazine, Pseudopod, and Rosebud. While preparing for the forthcoming collapse of civilization, Jeremy enjoys living in Southern California in a moderately haunted Victorian farmhouse wi ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Attic Clowns (4 books)
  • Attic Clowns: Volume One
  • Attic Clowns: Volume Two
  • Attic Clowns Volume Four

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