Bleed

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Editor: Lori Michelle

Publication Date: September 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-0-9887488-8-0

Pages: 286

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No one should ever have to deal with cancer, especially a child.  BLEED is a charity anthology where the profits will go help children who have cancer. This is for all the little girls and boys who fight the good fight everyday.

Table of Contents:

Short Stories

Never Enough by J. David Anderson

The Nightly Disease by Max Booth III

Red-Wat-Shod by Jason V. Brock

Get the Cell Outta Here by Marian Brooks

A Billion Monstrosities by Mort Castle

King Rat by James Dorr

Mr. Expendable by Peter Dudar

Welcome to the World Mr. Smiles by T Fox Dunham

All the Sludge by Benjamin Kane Ethridge

I Am Disease by Jen Finelli

Remission by Charlie Fish

No Limit by Peter Giglio and SS Michaels

The Gift by Lindsey Beth Goddard

That Which is Not Seen by Dane Hatchell

The Call by Rick Hautala

The Lucky Mouth by Gerry Huntman

The Unstoppable Annihilation by Jeffrey C. Jacobs

March by Micah Joel

Goddess of the Moxie Moon by Absolutely Kate

Lost and Found by Patrick Lacey

Funeral Portrait by Christian A. Larsen

The Addition by Bentley Little

The Monster in Me by Suzie and Bruce Lockhart

With Paper Armour and Wood Sword by Tracie McBride

Sky of Brass, Land of Iron by Joe McKinney

The Sallow Man by Adam Millard

Descent by William Nolan

Dance of the Blue Lady by Gene O’Neill

I Know this World by John Palisano

Muted by Hollie Snider

Sludge by Stan Swanson

Death Knell by Richard Thomas

Unwoven by Tim Waggoner

Fight by Jay Wilburn

Ears by Eli Wilde

Dreams of Shadows by Robert S. Wilson

Essays

Five Little Tips by Kristin Bryant

Healing my Cancer through Horror by T Fox Dunham

Slippery Love by April Hawks

True Horror by Lori Michelle

The Rooster by Glenn Rolfe

Poems

Leukemia is Fookin Stoopid by ‘Anna DeVine

Where the Wild Welo Waits by John Hawkhead

Impossible is Nothing by Jack Ivey

Bumper Car Bandit by David Pointer

Wounded Star by David Pointer

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