Things That Go Bump In My Head

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“Things That Go Bump In My Head” is a collection of short stories and other writing by horror and science fiction novelist Sumiko Saulson. A bit of old fashioned horror, a ghost story, dark humor. There is something for everyone: Reading “Things That Go Bump In My Head” is like entering a haunted house ride… you never know what you will find around the corner. More
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About Sumiko Saulson

Sumiko Saulson is a science-fiction, fantasy and horror writer and graphic novelist. She was the 2016 recipient of the Horror Writer Association's "Scholarship from Hell." She is best known for her non-fiction reference guide "60 Black Women in Horror Fiction." Her novels include "Solitude"," The Moon Cried Blood, "Happiness and Other Diseases", "Somnalia", "Insatiable" and the Amazon bestselling horror comedy “Warmth." She has written several short stories for collections and anthologies, including the Carry the Light award winning science-fiction story "Agrippa." She writes for the Oakland Art Scene for the, SEARCH Magazine and horror blogs and, which featured a 2013 Women in Horror Month interview series. The child of African American and Russian-Jewish American parents, she is a native Californian who grew up in Los Angeles and Hawaii. She is an Oakland resident who has spent most of her adult life in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Desdemona Gare-Frantisek reviewed on July 17, 2013

I went to sleep pondering if my cats would really feast on my remains...
An offbeat collection of uniquely twisted stories, short but not too much, just perfect for reading on a transit ride or while waiting on something tedious like laundry. Some are tied into other works like 'Warmth' others are a bit relf-reflective...all are completely different and I invite you to take it along on a dreary day to liven things up.
You may not want to be eating however, have been warned! :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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