“Amongst the frontrunners of modern horror.” —Clive Barker
“Overflowing with talent and originality.” —Richard Christian Matheson
“The legendary Mr. Skipp doesn’t come out to play nearly enough these days. But when he does, it’s time to sit up and take notice, folks.” —Jack Ketchum
John Skipp is a New York Times bestselling author, editor, zombie godfather, compulsive collaborator, musical pornographer, black-humored optimist and all-around Renaissance mutant. His early novels from the 1980s and 90s pioneered the graphic, subversive, high-energy form known as splatterpunk. His anthology Book of the Dead was the beginning of modern post-Romero zombie literature. His work ranges from hardcore horror to whacked-out Bizarro to scathing social satire, all brought together with his trademark cinematic pace and intimate, unflinching, unmistakable voice. From young agitator to hilarious elder statesman, Skipp remains one of genre fiction’s most colorful characters.
BIZARRO FICTION BY JOHN SKIPP