Nouns Of Assemblageby Riley Michael Parker
NOUNS OF ASSEMBLAGE collects sixty-three of the strongest voices in small press fiction, from J. A. Tyler to xTx, from Kevin Sampsell to Cameron C. Pierce, with stories ranging from romantic to absurd to over-the-top violent and back again, covering the full gamut of what small press has to offer. Every story in this collection was written from a different collective noun, or "noun of assemblage," such as A MURDER OF CROW (by Tyler Gobble), or A LITTER OF PUPS (by Joseph Riippi), or A PLAGUE OF LOCUSTS (by Frank Hinton), and none of these stories are available anywhere else.
This is the first official title from HOUSEFIRE, the innovative and groundbreaking publishing company located in Portland Oregon.
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Small press is kind of where it's at right now. By "it," I mean "good, interesting literature." Each story here is a little gem.