Released into the big bad world yesterday, Through the Eyes of Strays is a collection of Glen Krish’s best short stories from the past twenty years. Full of speculative, gut-grabbing, mind-expanding tales, this is a collection you will not want to put down – I’m certain there is something for everyone in this!
The collection is described as:
Misanthropes and misfits.
An agoraphobic woman is forced to face a ruined world after months of isolation.
A father faces the death of a child in a world where genetic perfection has done away with such traumas.
A lovelorn man searches for the perfect woman and, ultimately, finds himself.
A nameless drifter absorbs people’s pain, the filth rotting their souls, until one day he can no longer bear this burden alone.
In these and many more stories, Glen Krisch crosses genres, disrupts and disfigures them, until something entirely its own rises from this alchemical brew.
Published by Dog Horn Publishing, it was a fantastic project to work with and edit, Glen has introduced me to characters and hidden stories that cannot be found elsewhere.