Chiral Mad 3

Chiral Mad The third act in the critically acclaimed series by Written Backwards is a symmetrically structured anthology of psychological horror by Bram Stoker Award nominated editor Michael Bailey whose previ

  • Title: Chiral Mad 3
  • Author: Michael Bailey Stephen King Jack Ketchum Ramsey Campbell Josh Malerman Richard T. Chizmar Eric J. Guignard Mort Castle
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  • Page: 263
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The third act in the critically acclaimed series by Written Backwards, is a symmetrically structured anthology of psychological horror by Bram Stoker Award nominated editor Michael Bailey, whose previous anthologies include The Library of the Dead, Qualia Nous and Pellucid Lunacy The anthology contains 45 illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne, over 20 stories by the likes ofThe third act in the critically acclaimed series by Written Backwards, is a symmetrically structured anthology of psychological horror by Bram Stoker Award nominated editor Michael Bailey, whose previous anthologies include The Library of the Dead, Qualia Nous and Pellucid Lunacy The anthology contains 45 illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne, over 20 stories by the likes of Stephen King, Jack Ketchum, Ramsey Campbell, Gary A Braunbeck, Mort Castle, Josh Malerman, Scott Edelman, Richard Thomas, Richard Chizmar and Gene O Neill, and with 20 intertwined poems by the likes of Elizabeth Massie, Marge Simon, Bruce Boston, Erik T Johnson, Stephanie M Wytovich, and also includes an introduction by the extraordinary Chuck Palahniuk.

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  • Michael Bailey Stephen King Jack Ketchum Ramsey Campbell Josh Malerman Richard T. Chizmar Eric J. Guignard Mort Castle

    Michael Bailey is the multi award winning author of PALINDROME HANNAH, PHOENIX ROSE and PSYCHOTROPIC DRAGON novels , SCALES AND PETALS and INKBLOTS AND BLOOD SPOTS short story poetry collections , and editor of PELLUCID LUNACY and the CHIRAL MAD anthologies His books have been recognized by the International Book Awards, National Best Book Awards, Independent Publisher Book Awards, the USA News Best Book Awards, the London Book Festival, ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year, This is Horror Anthology of the Year, the Indie Book Awards, and the Eric Hoffer Award His short fiction and poetry can be found in anthologies and magazines around the world, including the US, UK, Australia, Sweden and South Africa.

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  • Chiral Mad 3 was an interesting book. I’d never read an anthology which put poems side by side with stories, and peppered the pages with illustrations too. Visually, it was a nice change, and I’d say it looks much better on paper than it did as an e-book. It’s fairly easy to get through, and didn’t give me the ‘tedious read’ experience that I’m generally afraid of when it comes to anthologies. The illustrations were great. Probably one of my favorite parts of the book, and some of [...]


  • *** Review copy purchased online *** --- Truncated review --- I've been wanting to read Chiral Mad 3 ever since I heard it was coming out. Having been thoroughly impressed by the stories in the previous volumes, and seeing the all-star lineup unveiled bit by bit before the book's release made me eager to get my mitts on a copy. This anthology features a mixture of short stories and poetry as well as artwork. Now, I will say right off the bat that I didn't review the poetry in this anthology, not [...]


  • Great short fiction collection with some stunning entries by several notable authors in the field, including Stephen King, Ramsey Campbell, Jack Ketchum, Gene O'Neill, Gary A. Braunbeck, Josh Malerman and more. The book is also loaded with poetry and illustrations throughout. My personal favorites include The Last Rung On The Ladder by Stephen King, The Black Crow Of Boddinstrabe by Emily B. Cataneo, A Flash Of Red by Erinn L. Kemper, The Dead Collection by Mercedes M. Yardley, That Perilous Stu [...]


  • All I can really say about this book is that it scared me to death! It will definitely be saved to be read again in the dark of winter.


  • Chriral MadIt was good but not mesmerizing. I was looking forward to not putting it down, but that wasn't the case.


  • IntenseI loved the mixture of poetry and short stories. Each story was intense in its own way, and I would be incredibly hard pressed to choose a favorite.


  • Not a fan. But that's because I don't really like short storiest any fault of authors. I bought it because of the glowing reviews. Note to self: got to stop doing that!


  • You're looking for something new to read. You look through your "favorites" links. Same old, same old. Then you hit upon Dark Regions press to see an anthology - and between it's covers are the likes of Stephen King, Richard Chizmar, Josh Malerman, Gene O'Neil, and Jack Ketchum. You're body tingles like you have just scratched the last box on a winning lottery ticket, and you place your order.Then Chiral Mad 3 arrives and you settle down for, what you hope to be, a wild ride into the darkness. O [...]


  • I enjoyed the stories and poems in this book. A lot of them were out there, but that is okay, I like that. If you like the weird and scary, pick up this book.


  • OkSome good, some mediocre, some just weak. Some of the poetry was good. Overall I doubt I'd reccomend it. I felt like I had to force myself to finish it, thinking maybe the next one would be better. A few were so abstract they didn't seem to have a story line.




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