Screams From a Dying World
by David Agranoff
A bizarro collection of punk/horror tales.
Cell phone towers fall as ancient prophecy plays out in the heartland. A young woman begs an angel for the right to commit suicide in an ecological wasteland. An android designed to be a sexual slave plans her escape. An activist fights to save a forest only to find herself very much alone. Ranging from poignant and sentimental to grotesque and humorous, the 13 tales of science fiction and horror contained in Screams from a Dying World will leave you wondering—how will it end? With a whimper, or a scream?
"You'd likely find his collection of stories dark, imaginative and disturbing. Personally, I love this eclectic collection, and the cover art by Rick Clarke rocks! These are stories that not only entertain, but they stick with you and may even challenge your thinking."
—Fran Friel, Bram Stoker nominated author of Mama's Boy.
“Screams From A Dying World by David Agranoff is a moving reading experience rich with descriptive prose that makes each story come alive and a subtle message that will leave you looking at the world in a whole new way. This chapbook is a welcomed addition to the horror genre.”
David Agranoff pays the bills by teaching children with autism. He lives with his wife Cari Beltane, three rabbits and a cat named Asimov. He hopes you will enjoy his fiction and eat lots of vegan food. He highly suggests the fiction of John Shirley and the ice cream of the Chicago Soy Dairy.