Many writers write strange fiction, even if they’re not necessarily that strange in person. As far as the reader knows, anyway.
Meet Andrew Hilbert. He writes the type of stuff I love to read, meaning dark, twisted, and hilarious. In fact, one of his books, the literary grindhouse-pulp classic Death Thing, is a favorite of mine. It was originally published by a defunct press that also reissued some of my books. But that’s a long, strange, and sad story, and it’s buried in the past, where it belongs.
This is what’s happening with my busy former press mate now, and it's all good...
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