The infernal republic : short stories

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    Abstract

    A lonely demon in a remote corner of Hell oversees a divine but rigged typing contest. A sentient house in San Francisco decides to become vacant once again... by any means necessary. A supernatural first date in Hong Kong goes hysterically, horribly awry. How did this become my life? And... now what? These questions recur throughout The Infernal Republic as a cast of characters you’d either love or run from confront the unlikely and surmount the impossible. The Infernal Republic is the new collection of short fiction from Marshall Moore, the author of The Concrete Sky, Black Shapes in a Darkened Room, and An Ideal for Living. Comprising stories published between 2003 and 2009, as well as several unique to this book, The Infernal Republic is Moore at his best: surreal, hilarious, wise, brutal, and sometimes just plain wrong.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationHong Kong
    PublisherSignal 8 Press
    Number of pages226
    ISBN (Print)9789881516404
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    MOORE, M. (2012). The infernal republic : short stories. Hong Kong: Signal 8 Press.
    MOORE, Marshall . / The infernal republic : short stories. Hong Kong : Signal 8 Press, 2012. 226 p.
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