A full color coffee table book, contains pages from the so-named journal Nicholas carried around with him throughout an entire decade and contains entries, artwork, tidbits and contributions from the author, his friends, and famous names. Due for release late 2009/early 2010.
For praise, review links, and insight to the story, go HERE. Grabowsky's masterpiece is best described by others. "Nicholas.....I salute you! A fertile and blissfully complex imagination....I'll await the next work with much anticipation!" ---Clive Barker.......
Golden Award winner! Best Horror and Science Fiction novel of 2004 --American Author's Association!
Shocking Tales of Murder & Insanity
You're Dead Already .....Living In Hell
2005 trade paperback or hardcover, 372 pages, Diverse Media
2005 trade paperback or hardcover, 144 pages, Diverse Media
Jake Istre--- Highly popular underground cult writer and bassist, actor and high-end restaurant chef who personally prepares meals for such celebrities as California Governor Schwarzenegger; author of such acclaimed works of poetry as "Shocking Tales of Murder & Insanity" and Sacramento's crowned resident "street poet." Presented here are intense, explicit, raw and highly personal collected prose and short stories mirroring a life's dark journey of experience, angst, love and loss, drugs and twisted death and sex and high times lived to the fullest. Do partake and enjoy. "One of the top 5 poets of 2005!" ---Preditors & Editors 2005 Readers Poll
Pray, Serpent's Prey
“His imagery is striking!” ---New Blood Magazine
“Grabowsky is genuine talent” ---Wally George, nationally syndicated talk show host, “The Hot Seat,” and KDOC-TV Los Angeles
Tattered/The Rag Man
Original Authorhouse version was available in hardcover and trade paperback, 460 pages, 2003 release !
Special edition reprint of the bestselling 1988 Critic's Choice mass market paperback of supernatural horror, written by Grabowsky under the infamous pseudonym of Nicholas Randers.
An ancient predecessor of modern-day vampires casts its evil upon the peaceful Montana town of Bloomgarden circa 1980's, where high-schooler Chris Barrett, his friends, a mysterious old man and a self-righteous preacher must learn to deal with these formidable demons while wrestling with their inner ones. Celebrated as the author's first published work, this was also the first in a succession of early Grabowsky horror-fantasies penned under the Randers name.
If you want a true taste of the myriad forms terror can take, try a sampling of fifteen stories by some award-winning stars of the horror genre, including John Everson and Nicholas Grabowsky. Follow the bloody trail of tortured spirits, macabre monsters, and worst of all, diabolical human beings, into a world we all know exists but try to avoid at all costs. Echoes of Terror explores the darkest reaches of what is, what might be, and what we hope could not possibly be true. With a vivid variety of styles and voices, there is something for every horror fan in this chilling collection.
Featuring a Grabowsky short story exclusively for this antho, "Looks Like A Rat To Me."ad you into the darkness...
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