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Nick Graves is a miserable man. Every day he comes home from his dream job to a stale marriage. On the day he finally summons the courage to tell his wife, Eve, he wants a divorce she has exciting news for him – she’s pregnant.
Nick is a spiteful man. He purchases his dream home in an ideal location far away from family, friends, and coworkers. It’s a life changing decision he’s chosen to make without Eve’s consultation.
Nick is a terrified man. He quickly realizes the residents of his new hometown are a bit eccentric. After a trip to the local doctor’s office Eve begins to behave strangely. And once Nick finds out what’s really going on he’ll never be able to look at Eve the same way.
Here’s a mesmerizing book trailer for Zachary T. Owen’s short story collection, Burn Down the House and Everyone In It.
You and your friends visit an old theater on the seedy side of town. You pay for a double feature and take your seats. The lights go down and your palms get sweaty.
A juvenile delinquent is sent to an isolated Catholic boarding school for troubled and runaway teens. Abigail’s parents are hoping the experience will straighten their daughter out, but the nuns at St. Apollonia have something else in mind. They’re about to introduce Abigail to the obscure saint they’ve come to worship in a ceremony neither of her parents would approve of.
You get up to use the bathroom and get some more popcorn, then barely make it back in time when the second feature begins…
An NYU anthropology professor has just received troubling footage from a colleague on an unsanctioned assignment in South America. Doctor Ridgeway’s crew has been murdered by a local tribe and his whereabouts are unknown. With the help of a wealthy student’s father, professor Buchanan travels to the southernmost city of Ushuaia to search for his long time friend as well as the legendary Guaranez tribe. But there’s a catch: said student’s father works for the Museum of Natural History and has hired a team of mercenaries to bring members of the tribe back to Manhattan…
You and your friends have barely kept your theater snacks down. Possessed nuns. Third World Cannibals. Religious cults. Machete and chainsaw-wielding mayhem. All just the initial offerings of The Atrocity Vendor …
A cat’s glistening wound houses something monstrous. A brother and sister are haunted by the ashes of their uncle. A hipster falls prey to a murderous sorcerer. Three sexless, immoral beings climb out of a woman’s head. These are the tales of Burn Down The House And Everyone In It, a collection of fiction ranging from the comically absurd to the deeply disturbing.
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR BURN DOWN THE HOUSE AND EVERYONE IN IT
“Owen’s writing is a masterful mix of sly humor and absolute terror. The stories presented here could easily be found in a Stephen King/George Romero collaboration.”
– William Pauley III, author of Hearers of the Constant Hum, The Brothers Crunk, and The Doom Magnetic Trilogy
“Horror is a city, and the Absurd is one of its neighborhoods. Zachary T. Owen just moved in and he’s inviting you around to the house warming, to meet the Junk Man, Little Danny, Ruffles, the Limb King, all three of the Dandies… the whole damn family! You should accept his invite. Fuck knows what’ll happen to you if you don’t.”
-Kevin Sweeney, author of Damnation 101, Exeunt Alice, and co-author of the Sideshow P.I. series