Boneyard babies, gather round! Come suckle the Musty Cow’s Teat of Death!
A man searches for his lover in a medical laboratory where people are transformed into nightmarish mutants. An undead prostitute enters the underworld to face off against a jackal-headed god. A woman incarcerated for her lipstick addiction must eat her own limbs or face imminent death. A tumor recounts its life with a man named Applewide.
In the morbidly surreal universe of World Fantasy Award-winner Alan M. Clark, there are only two types of people: those who are monsters, and those who are eaten by monsters. Proceed with caution.
Praise for Boneyard Babies:
“If you think Alan Clark’s art is darkly delightful, just wait until you read his twisted and fantastical tales. I promise it will make weird and wonderful pictures in your head. And isn’t that what we all really want?” – ANN VANDERMEER, Hugo Award-winning Editor of Weird Tales
“Alan Clark has one wicked sense of humor.” – ELIZABETH MASSIE, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Sineater.
“We all know Alan Clark is one hell of an artist – in fact, one of the best the imaginative field has ever produced. Turns out he’s one hell of a writer, too. If that’s not a one-two punch that will knock you out I don’t know what is.” – AL SARRANTONIO, editor of 999 and Stories (with Neil Gaiman)