Hoot n Waddle Press
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Fiction. The circus at the heart of this tragically beautiful collection of stories by Michael Chin, led by a tortured ringmaster, filled with performers bound together by the tenuous common thread of having nowhere else to run, is not the glitz and glamour big top you might expect, but rather a dark, mystical place where you go to forget and be forgotten—a circus traveling out of necessity more than anything else. At times reminiscent of Bradbury and Matheson, CIRCUS FOLK draws you into a vivid world that will haunt you in the best way.
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