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Gary A. BraunbeckOf all the fabulists to emerge in the past five years, Tim Waggoner is one of the few who stands as a genuine threat to the thrones of William Kotzwinkle and Kobo Abe. His work can soar with breathtaking surrealism, writhe with human pain so deep and unbearable it's almost too much to encounter in the written word, or blindside you with humor so pointed and fall-down funny you don't know whether to laugh or gasp. he cannot only surprise you within the confines of a single story, he can surprise you within the confines of a single sentence. I wish I could write the things he can, but I can't, so I read him, shake my head with wonder, smile with satisfaction, wince in envy, and gleefully plot his death.
— Gary A. Braunbeck, Stoker-nominated author of Things Left Behind and The Indifference of Heaven.