Christopher Munroe

Biography

Christopher Munroe is an actor/author/comedian from Calgary, Canada, where he lives, works, writes and spends too much time on Twitter with his girlfriend Kat and their puppy, Rusty. While he’s a prolific and occasionally podcasted author of short and flash fiction, Broken Escalator is his first novel and, having spent months of his life working on it, he now finds himself mildly nervous every time he’s inside a mall…

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Books

Broken Escalator
By Christopher Munroe
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 67,850. Language: English. Published: September 22, 2012. Category: Fiction
0.75 star(4.80 from 5 reviews)
Broken Escalator is a surrealist horror novel by Christopher Munroe, where mechanical failure spirals quickly out of control and human nature is discovered to be by turns nobler and more brutal than anyone could imagine. Or at least, than anyone would like to admit…

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  • There's a Pineapple in my Vagina...and other poems on May 27, 2012
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    A charming series of quirky, amusing, occasionally warped poems guaranteed to bring a smile to any face. Highly recommended to anyone who likes to laugh!
  • The Boy Who Cried Zombie - A Zombie A.C.R.E.S. Sampler on Oct. 27, 2012
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    ...a charming collection of flash pieces released in support of something called Alice in Zombieland. Due to their nature as snippets of a longer book, the stories here don't so much work on their own as seek to entice you to buy the longer work. Which they do. AiZ is firmly on my "get around to reading this" list, and thus the stories here have succeeded.
  • Tales To Terrify Vol 1 on Jan. 21, 2013
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    Really charming read. I'd already been a fan of the TTT podcast, and was thrilled when they put out their first short story compilation. A fascinating collection, featuring original and occasionally twisted takes on the horror genre. Also: It includes "Chair", by Martin Mundt, which is full-stop the best bit of short fiction, any genre, that i've read in the past year. A must read. Buy it now.