Odd Tree Quarterly Halloween Special Signed Copy - Paperback

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Odd Tree Quarterly, your source for quality short fiction, presents its fantastic debut issue: a fabulous Halloween Special. This is for one paperback copy. Featuring nineteen stories, a humorous essay and amazing art, this issue has much to offer the discerning fan of short fiction including: Meet Mister Boogley by Jill Hand Dean thought he could finance his dreams of making it as an MMA fighter by scamming the elderly Edna McGintley. How wrong he was. Because Edna's not as defenseless as she seems: she has someone watching out for her. All the fighting skill in the world might not help Dean when he meets Mister Boogley. Collateral Damage by Robert Stahl A lethal threat literally hangs over the planet's head and the outcome may hang on General Rex Perkins and his willingness to send his best friend, the most qualified person for the job, to die. Things are only complicated by the fact that his choice may not be entirely selfless. The Girl on the Stump by jb raines Ten-year-old Henry makes a new friend over the summer; a girl he meets near his home who spends her time siting on a stump, never speaking. As the long, bright days go by however, the question arises: is this girl real, or the mere flickering of childhood fantasy? Or is she something else entirely? Don't Be Afraid of the Lights by Die Booth Thanks to a careless childhood prank, Bill has gone through his life with a debilitating fear of spiders. Luckily his wife, Barabara has the answer: a visit to the hypnotist Agnes Crawford. Full of hope to finally be rid of the source of his greatest anxiety, Bill is about to learn that to worst terrors don't crawl about on eight legs--they live entirely in your mind. Beer, Wine & Spirits by Jon Etter Sharon's Pub is a very special drinking establishment where one can come for a brew, a bite to eat--and directions to the afterlife. Bill Ornette sets out from Sharon's on a mission to confront his deceased wife over a past transgression he hasn't forgiven her for. Along the way, he has to deal with the bad attitude of the boatman on the River Styx, a guy who bares a striking resemblance to Santa Claus, and something completely different from the airing of grievances he came for. Also Fiction and Art By Mark Mills, Lee A. Forman, Gillian French, Voss Foster, S.C. Hayden, Floyd Looney, Sarina Dorie, T.C. Powell, Kevin Bannigan Jr., Jon Chan, Benjamin Sperduto, Ross Baxter, Cassandra Ray-Stanley, Joel Ansel, and featuring original art by Jeremiah Morelli