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The Circus Wagon
Christopher Epstein's childhood memories of the old wagon have always been clouded and uneasy. Lurking in his grandmother's backyard, buried in lore and surrounded by tragedy, the abandoned carnival antiquity seemed to wait for him every haunted summer. Lately, he finds those nightmares returning, along with the helpless certainty that something more terrible has followed ...more
ebook, 26 pages
Published October 4th 2010 by Damnation Books, LLC
(first published 2010)
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Like most avid readers, there are 'go to' authors in my library that fulfill a mood that I may be in. For straight brutality, I might go to Brian Keene, Jack Ketchum or Richard Laymon. For consistency, I may venture into Richard Matheson's world, as he rarely disappoints. But for straight storytelling, I know I can always rely on the likes of Gary A. Braunbeck, Joe R. Lansdale and Stephen King (pre- Misery , or course). Those cats just know how to spin a yarn like no other. When you pick up a ...more
Interesting story about a an old circus wagon that resists all efforts to be removed from a young boy's grandparents' property, whether it be fire, tow truck or helicopter. I enjoyed the story, but would really like to see it expanded into a novel. Highly recommended.
Andrew S. Fuller writes and edits horror, fantasy, and science fiction. His work appears in magazines On Spec, Crossed Genres, The Pedestal, anthologies FISH, A Darke Phantastique, Swords v Cthulhu, and several short films. Since 1999, he's edited the fiction magazine Three-Lobed Burning Eye. He grew up in the Midwest, dabbling in heavy metal and theater, and now lives in Portland, Oregon between ...more