100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories

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Raw Dog Screaming Press, 2004 - Fiction - 156 pages
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Arnzen has honed his craft to deliver the highest voltage using the fewest words in this collection of 100 short stories, guaranteed to stun.
 

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Contents

Skull Fragments
12
Gardener
13
Tapping Charley
14
Resonant Eyes
15
Doofus
16
Limber
17
Obictionary
19
Degrees of Separation
20
Womachine
75
Stomachine
76
Mortichinery
77
Tugging the Heartstrings
83
Face of Clay
86
Crusty Old Age
87
NextDoor
88
Choppers
91

Punishment
21
Nightmare Job 1
22
PopUp Killer
23
Brain Candy
24
White Out
25
Stabbing for Dummies
27
The Cow Cafe
30
Handicapped Spot
33
Take Out
35
A Change in Policy
36
Partners
38
Mustachio Moon
39
Return of the Living Dead
40
Who Wants to be a Killionaire?
41
Beyond Undead
51
Stress Toy
52
The Dead Head
53
Returns
54
Tassels
55
Surgical Complications
56
Jack the Teacher
57
Little Stocking Stuffers
58
Diagara
59
Strange Trout
61
Nightmare Job 2
62
In the Middle
63
The SevenHeaded Beast
64
Psycho Hunter
65
A Worse Mousetrap
66
Little Devils
67
Latex
68
Inside the Man with No Eyelids
69
Burning Bridges
71
Taking Care of Baby
73
Dreamachinery
74
Amputating the Phantom
92
How to Put a Cat to Sleep
93
Nightmare Job 3
95
While Knitting Your Hat
96
Disgruntled
97
Anniversary Meal
99
Second Helping
100
Canines
101
The Curse of Fat Face
102
Skullduggery
104
The Eight Ball in Big Mouths Pocket
105
A Donation
108
Nightmare Job 4
109
Her Daily Bread
111
My Wound Still Weeps
114
The Blood Ran Out
116
An Evil Eye
118
Phrenological Love
119
The Cut of My Jib
125
The Leaf Pile
126
Receiver
127
Surge
131
Convictions
132
Valendine
135
Sandy
136
Research Subjects
140
Nightmare Job 5
141
How to Grow a ManEating Plant
142
The Killer Descends
145
Domestic Fowl
146
Interview by Jerry Schatz
148
Acknowledgments
154
About the Author
156
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