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Inspired by the Sion Sono cult-classic Suicide Club here comes a collection of long-form short stories with one theme in mind: creepy bloody kids. This book won the Archibald Tuttle Short Fiction Prize, which is one that’s totally made up by the author himslef. He even went to a trophy shop, bought one and got it engraved and it sits in his bathroom. But you won't mind because the stories are great! Especially if you have kids!
Hot on the heels of his first book that did marginally well, despite a ficticious award win, made up by the author, Gavin is back with more creepy children stories with titles such as: Dad Dad Dad Daaaaad DAAAAD!, But Why?, Of Course It’s Never Bedtime, and the classic Never Liked Carrots. Although amazing in content, it’s less likely to win an award as his girlfriend was livid with him spending that money before!
The one thing you can always count on is more kids, without them how would the human race even go on? But there’s always a handful that really get on your nerves, then there are the ones that haunt your dreams, and then there are lovely ones too! Gavin writes about the middle group of kids. You know, the creepy ones. His girlfriend has told him if he stops writing these books he can get himself a new trophy. So this is his last one.
Mike Potato is just a normal guy going about his normal guy-type business on the summer streets of New York City, until one day he’s knocked off balance and smacks right into a hot dog stand. That night as the moon arises his body changes into ... a Dachschund! That’s right a sausage dog! He now has the power to block the doors of his girlfriend’s drafty flat. But don’t go out after midnight and don't get him anywhere near the French mustard.
Gavin Thompson can only write dressed up as a vampire drinking blood (that’s what he calls red wine). He’s the author of countless books most of them terrible, but the good ones he publishes. He’s won a couple of awards which he keeps in the toilet. He’s currently working on a new novel called Gentlemen of Great Cloaks.