Rolling Darkness Revue 2013: The Impostor’s Monocle (anthology) (2013).
Stories by Peter Atkins, Thomas St. John Bartlett, and Glen Hirshberg.
Cover art by Deena Warner.
Two hack writers for a 1930s fiction factory are visited by a stranger who wants them to read a mysterious manuscript. An agent of a covert government department investigates strange noises beneath a suburban home. A young would-be poet spends a revelatory lunch hour with a young woman whose beauty masks a bizarre mystery. A specialist in retrieving the irretrievable discovers a very unusual collection in a roadside grocery store...
This is the official 2013 RDR tour chapbook and latest annual collection of brand new stories and original playlet script from Pete Atkins and Glen Hirshberg, printed to coincide with this year's RDR performances at The Missing Piece Theatre in Burbank, CA on October 18 and 19.
Glen Hirshberg (born 1966) is an American author of horror fiction. His works include the short story collection The Two Sams, published in 2003 by Carroll & Graf; the collection American Morons, published in 2006 by Earthling Publications; the novel The Book of Bunk, published in 2010 by Earthling Publications; and the novel The Snowman's Children, published by Carroll & Graf in 2002. The Two Sams was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2003.