Category: SGJ

Thanks Sadie

And . . . did I already link/embed this?

Thanks also to Sheena. A really cool walkthrough of …

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It’s a good day:

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Memorial Ride Sampler

Check it: cool little flip book PDF for Memorial Ride (also here). Coming at you live from UNM in the land of October:

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Wait for Night

Where this story happens is a place along the creek I pedal past about every day. For a long while last summer there was a crew doing stuff there, so they kind of became part of . . . I don’t know: they became possible, if that makes sense. I started wondering what they might be digging up. And who they were. And then I remembered a big field of blown-down trees I got lost in on the reservation one November, and how all these upturned root pans were enough for me, they were all I neede…

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Attack of the 50 Foot Indian

“Every government of every nation debates what to do when a fifty-foot tall man, dressed in a loincloth and dripping from the sea, appears off the Siberian coast. As the American people puzzle over how he came to be and what to do next, the news outlets start calling the titan “Two Moons,” social media abducts him into the memesphere, and the military, well, they have their own action-plan for dealing with threats to what they mistakenly consider their homeland.

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Night of the Mannequins

From Stephen Graham Jones returns with Night of the Mannequins, a contemporary horror story where a teen prank goes very wrong and all hell breaks loose: is there a supernatural cause, a psychopath on the loose, or both?

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Bram Stoker Award wrap-up!

links: Goodreads | Publisher’s Weekly | Library Journal | Cemetery Dance | Goodreads | NetGalley | The Scariest Things | Locus | Ni

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My Heart is a Chainsaw

You won’t find a more hardcore eighties slasher fan than high school senior Jade Daniels. And you won’t find a place less supportive of girls who wear torn t-shirts and too much eyeliner than Proofrock, nestled eight thousand feet up the mountain in Idaho, situated in Pleasant Valley right alongside Indian Lake, home to both Camp Blood — site of a massacre fifty years ago — and Terra Nova, a modern-day American Camelot currently under construction, which is quic…

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