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John Klima
John Klima is the author of four books, including The Game Must Go On (April 2015), Bushville Wins (2012) and Willie's Boys (2009). He spent five years covering major league baseball and has had a lifelong fascination with aviation and military history. He has also been a baseball scout, a... show more

John Klima is the author of four books, including The Game Must Go On (April 2015), Bushville Wins (2012) and Willie's Boys (2009). He spent five years covering major league baseball and has had a lifelong fascination with aviation and military history. He has also been a baseball scout, a baseball radio announcer, a baseball columnist -- everything but a baseball player. A former print journalist, his work has also appeared in The New York Times, Best American Sportswriting and several other publications and websites. His college degree is in cultural anthropology. He resides in a warm weather state.
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sfgale
sfgale rated it 5 years ago
This was produced via kickstarter apparently. I didn't know that until I happened across a review, I think it was Tor.com I initially read about it. It's an Anthology that asked for submissions with a prompt of, "Roller Derby, nightclubs, glam aliens, (literal) party monsters, drugs, sex, glitter, d...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 5 years ago
I have read a lot of strange, weird, and bizarre fiction over the years, but I do believe Glitter & Mayhem may just be the oddest collection of stories I have ever come across. I'm not talking avant-garde or surreal, as is so often the case with Bizarro fiction, just plain old . . . well, odd. As yo...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it 5 years ago
The stories aren't bad, but the only stand-out entry is Sofia Samatar's "Bess, the Landlord's Daughter, Goes Out for Drinks with the Green Girl," which covers some of the same territory as Helen Oyeyemi's Mr. Fox, but in a whirl of bars and flirtations and dancing and friendships and escapes that co...
shiori
shiori rated it 5 years ago
Fantastic anthology that collects an assortment of glittery tales for fans of the weird and wonderful. Highly recommended reading.Full review to come.
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 5 years ago
As it is with so many anthologies, there is good, enjoyable, bad and those oh-so-special "Where is the bleach so I can get this story out of my mind?" stories. This was an "adult" fairytale anthology and it most certainly is not all about the HEA ending. Most of them are dark and depressing, with an...
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