“About 26 Absurdities of Tragic Proportions:
An utterly fascinating collection of short tales inspired by Edward Gorey’s alphabetical illustrations in “The Gashlycrumb Tinies.” These tales capture the essence of dark humor and satire with one tale for each child depicted in Gorey’s most famous illustrations. These tales are all about human behavior, characteristics, chance and choice, and life and death. From mystery to sci-fi from drama to fairy tale and from adventure to gothic, this book has something for everyone.
Targeted Age Group: 16-99
Written by: Matthew C. Woodruff
Matthew began writing because his mind was full of stories. A former magazine features writer and editor, he is now on staff at the University of Florida. Matthew loves to create unique tales in the dark humor/dark fiction genres and finds a lot of inspiration from Edward Gorey and Tim Burton. Matthew is cared for by two cats.
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