Come, listen to these Lullabies For Suffering.
Addiction starts like a sweet lullaby sung by a trusted loved one. It washes away the pains of the day and wraps you in the warmness of the womb where nothing hurts and every dream is possible. But soon enough, this warm state of bliss becomes a cold shiver. The ecstasy and dreams become nightmares, and for the sick and suffering addict, we can’t stop listening to the lullaby. We crave to hear the siren song as it rips us apart.
Each story in Lullabies For Suffering features the insidious nature of addiction. Damaged humans craving for highs and wholeness but finding something more tragic and horrific on the other side. An incredibly talented group of writers sing these songs of suffering. You’re invited to listen.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Kealan Patrick Burke: "Sometimes They See Me"
Caroline Kepnes: "Monsters"
Mark Matthews: "Lizard"
John FD Taff: "The Melting Point of Meat"
Gabino Iglesias: "Beyond the Reef"
Mercedes M. Yardley: "Love Is A Crematorium"
|Publisher:||Wicked Run Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)|
About the Author
Kealan Patrick Burke is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of six novels, including the bestselling thriller KIN. His latest book is the horror collection WE LIVE INSIDE YOUR EYES. You can find him on the web at www.kealanpatrickburke.com, or on Twitter @kealanburke, where he thinks he's hilarious. An Irish expat who does not believe in ghosts, he nevertheless currently haunts a house in Ohio.
Mark Matthews is a graduate of the University of Michigan and a licensed professional counselor who has worked in behavioral health for over 20 years. He is the author of On the Lips of Children, Body of Christ, All Smoke Rises, Milk-Blood and the editor of Garden of Fiends: Tales of Addiction Horror. He lives near Detroit with his wife and two daughters. Reach him at WickedRunPress@gmail.com
Table of Contents
Sometimes They See Me, by Kealan Patrick Burke
Monsters, by Caroline Kepnes
Lizard, by Mark Matthews
The Melting Point of Meat, by John FD Taff
Beyond The Reef, by Gabino Iglesias
Love Is A Crematorium, by Mercedes M Yardley