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Stigma: AfterWorld
by Jeffrey A. Stadt

Subject: Horror
Publisher: Cyber-Psycho's A.O.D. (USA)

Edition Our Price inc. p&p Status
first edition trade paperback, 66pp, ISBN 1886988021, 1997 UK: £40.00
Europe: £46.41
USA: £47.46
Elsewhere: £47.76
in stock

Stigma: AfterWorld cover

    Jeffrey Stadt knows what rage is all about. Watch his prose. The passion builds, rises to the point where you think you know how to dodge out of his way, but then he catches you off guard like a bum rush from behind -- clocking you across the neck and knocking you to the floor. Man, I like that. Really. It's nice to be surprised, even when it hurts.
    Mike Arnzen, author of Grave Markings, in the introduction
    Jeffrey A. Stadt's writing is plush, mystical, and beautifully nightmarish. He paints a landscape that is both alluring and repugnant, much like being smothered by a silk pillow; smooth, cool, and soft as it slowly presses down on your face -- sucking the life out of you. You can't help but get lost in Stadt's erotic, complex, and surreal writing. This is dark fantasy at its finest.
    David G. Barnett, Necro Publications
    If you just found out yer PCP was half-cut with ground glass while watching that ABC Afterschool Special, and then tried to tear out all Those Nasty Biting Worms from your bowels, YOU might be one of The Fortunate who really understands Stigma and its subtle beauties. But by then it's too late. Hopefully the rest of This Lame-Assed World will catch up soon.
    The Joey Zone, SF Eye

Robert (Bobby) Neville and Ben are at it again, this time pseudo-fornicating through glass coffin doors. Stigma takes you deep within the soul of madness, and deep within that core which continues to care no matter how much a dangerous (both physically and emotionally) world causes it to wish for a shrivelled and anonymous death. Feeling with this book will cause looks of abject terror on the faces of those who realize that the person in front of them (ie you) actually happens to be deranged enough to relate to the contents. There's one thing they should know, though: we're all that deranged, somewhere inside. Fortunately Mr. Frosty is here to guide us through our insanity.