Pwdre Ser (Kurt Fawver)
**NOMINATED FOR 2019 SHIRLEY JACKSON AWARDS - NOVELETTE**
Something from the sky crashes in a small town and the townsfolk’s lives begin to warp and alter in odd ways.
*NEW* chapbook written by Kurt Fawver, author of The Dissolution of Small Worlds (Lethe Press) and winner of the 2017 Shirley Jackson Award in Short Fiction. Featuring cover art and two interior illustrations by Josh Yelle (@pencilmancer). On track to ship in early February 2019.
Limited to 130 copies. Chapbooks are hand-numbered and shipped in sturdy mailing sleeves. Orders include:
+ PWDRE SER chapbook (48 pages)
+ 6” x 9" print of front cover art
+ New Dim Shores Artist Series sticker by Nick "The Hat" Gucker
Kurt Fawver is a writer of horror, weird fiction, and literature that oozes through the cracks of genre. His short fiction has won a Shirley Jackson Award and been previously published in venues such as The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Strange Aeons, Weird Tales, Vastarien, Best New Horror, and Year's Best Weird Fiction. He's the author of two collections of short stories—The Dissolution of Small Worlds (Lethe Press) and Forever, in Pieces (Villipede Publications)—as well as a novella, Burning Witches, Burning Angels (Dunhams Manor Press), and two chapbooks, Pwdre Ser (Dim Shores) and Problems in River Heights (Unnerving Press). He's also had non-fiction published in journals such as Thinking Horror and the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.
Josh Yelle hails from Providence, RI. 'Mancer of dark and weird art using mostly graphite, charcoal & chalks. More recently, calligraphy & sculpture. Using all of these at his disposal to make album art, miniature creatures, logos and gig posters for music of all kinds, but mostly metal-oriented: Into the Aether Festival II,
Queen Elephantine, Theologian, Elder, Earth, Tinsel Teeth, Diabolical Fiend, Thrones, Torche, Acid Mother's Temple, Thaw, Eye of Nix, Archnidium and many other locals! Dark and moody influences ranging from H.R. Giger, Beksinski, Chet Zar, Tommy Lee Wendter to more classic Dali, Dore, Bosch, Mucha & M.C. Escher, mixed in with a steady unhealthy diet of creature FX from science fiction & horror movies.