The Horror Show
A Nobel Prize-winning poet has been missing for several years, along with his wife and child. Suffering from narcolepsy and amnesia, the poet wanders the same back-alleys he terrorized as a teenager. He’s being carefully watched by Doctor Humphrey, whose unique treatment plan is driven by a higher power that wants a cure for mental instability to produce the ultimate war machines. At the mercy of his derangements and the ghosts of his fragmented past, the poet’s descent into the darkest reaches of his soul reveals a blood-soaked past which threatens to repeat itself. While Doctor Humphrey collects data from his experiment with madness, he devises a plan to satisfy his own terrifying vision for the future.
“A uniquely sustained piece of conceptual writing that has been tried before but not with the success Vincenzo Bilof achieves here… this is a must read for fans of conceptual writing. At once nightmarish and playful, it will creep you out when you feel most safe, and you can’t say that for many books today, horror or otherwise.” -Anthony Servante author of East Los: A Noir Nightmare
“Some of the most strange and psychotic poems of a mind adrift. Reading them can only be described as pulling your brain inside out, then tying it in a bow like a pretzel and drop-kicking it into a gorge, a very deep gorge, where it will be washed by a stream of consciousness toward the outer limits and beyond.” -Lori R. Lopez author of An Ill Wind Blows and Chocolate Covered Eyes
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Author: Vincenzo Bilof
Publication Date: September 10, 2013
Paperback: $11.89 plus $3.00 shipping, handling and sales tax. Total Price $14.89
Print Length: 272 Pages
Publisher: JournalStone – Bizarro Pulp Press