Regarding Dead Things on the Side of the Road: A Collection of Short Stories, Bad Poetry and Other Vignettes Not Fit for the General Public
“A Buffet of tales to ease all your dark and twisted cravings”
Benjamin X. Wretlind is known for writing outside the box, whatever that box happens to be. In this collection of fourteen short stories, two novellas, and some bad poetry, his talent for the bizarre, the horrific, and even the soft and quiet is put on display for you to analyze.
Covering ground from 1991 until 2021, each story is forwarded by Benjamin’s own short take on why or how it was written. From the opening story exploring the psyche of one of mythology's oft-vilified characters to a bizarre journey into the mind of a man who believes the walls are talking to the almost autobiographical story of a man looking for the horizon, Regarding Dead Things on the Side of the Road will keep you entertained if not thinking deeply.
If you’re looking for a literary smörgåsbord, this collection is right for you. This is not thematic, rather the journey of a writer from humble beginnings to the humble present. With each new story, you will see growth in both content and style.
Some of these stories have been published in magazines like The Horror Express, All Hallows, Horror Carousel and the Bare Bones anthology series, while others have never been published before.
Book Length: Novel – 150-320 Pages
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