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TOC: ‘Attic Clowns’ by Jeremy C. Shipp

Redrum Horror has sent us the table of contents for Jeremy C. Shipp’s collection Attic Clowns:


Bram Stoker Award nominee Jeremy C. Shipp spins 13 tales of horror and dark humor in this highly conceptual collection. Angels and demons, husbands and wives, tormented ghosts and an army of men made of soap—all of them trapped in attics of the mind, attics of heaven or hell, the attics we make for ourselves or with which we ensnare others. Meet a paranoid astronaut whose jealousy drives him to extremes beyond murder…a miniature circus spawned from the mind of woman with too much control…the underling demon Globcow who desires redemption even more than the taste of human feet… Men, women, children, and things beyond imagination all interconnect in ATTIC CLOWNS, where laughter is only the prelude to the bizarre and terrible.

  1. “Spider Clowns From Planet X”
  2. “Microcircus”
  3. “Princess”
  4. “Dust Bunnies”
  5. “Don’t Laugh”
  6. “Blister”
  7. “A Quivering Gray Fog”
  8. “The Ascension of Globcow the Foot Eater”
  9. “Little Mouse”
  10. “Soapmen”
  11. “The Glass Box”
  12. “The Hobo”
  13. “Giggles”
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1 Comment on TOC: ‘Attic Clowns’ by Jeremy C. Shipp

  1. Attic Clowns comin’ down, Jeremy. I’m a certified schizophrenic and have lived with clowns and devils in the attic since 1975. Also write about them in a yet unpublished novel and another coming out this year. We’re on a continuum, aren’t we? Can hardly wait to finish Attic Toys and Attic Clowns. You are an amazing young man.

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