A companion volume to Grandbois’ award winning, Domestic Disturbances, this new collection of dark and disturbingly weird fictions explores the animal inside all of us. As the great Brazilian writer, Clarice Lispector said, “Being alive is inhuman.”
Praise of Grandbois’ previous collection,
His story cycle, “School Bus”, is really one of the great pieces of American writing in the twenty-first century.
San Francisco Book Review
A mix of surreal and airy vignettes, Grandbois’ collection of “fictions” mythologizes the bizarre in suburban America.
Publisher’s Weekly (*Starred Review)
Eerie stories harkening back to the grand old tales of The Twilight Zone will thrill as they entertain…the writing is so good that it goes beyond genre.
Peter Grandbois is the author of thirteen previous books. His plays have been performed in St. Louis, Columbus, Los Angeles, and New York. He is poetry editor at Boulevard and teaches at Denison University in Ohio. You can find him at