The world is weird. If any proof was needed, the first few months of 2020 provided it. But did we need proof? Didn’t we already know that you only have to scratch the surface to see the weirdness beneath? Sometimes it oozes out, suppurates, infects; sometimes it leaps out, takes root and blossoms.
We get used to it, carry on as if it wasn’t there. But we have it inside us – we are weird. What you see as normal is just the mosaic of abnormality that you experienced last week, yesterday, this morning – so of course you’ll experience it tomorrow. Or will you?
Volume 0 of The Rabbit Hole, is available from
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How do you like your weirdness? A subtle nudge towards the untoward? A quick zap of zany? Or a full-on assault of aberration? Whatever your taste, you’ll find it here, and many more strains of strange that you didn’t suspect existed. From magic rain to a talking (severed) head, extraordinary eggs to belligerent birds, the stories in this collection enter the rabbit hole to explore its hidden corners and winding ways. Through all the variety, what they have in common is originality, creativity and fine writing. Are you ready to go in and see for yourself? The door to the warren is open…
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This second volume of The Rabbit Hole is every bit as flumbiferous as the first. Which is just as Alice likes, because weirdness abounds and the warren never ends. Would you like to be in a video game? It comes at a cost. Or perhaps you’ve done something foolish? Never mind – it can be undone. For as we all know, by whatever means possible, the show must go on.
29 stories to leave you pondering realms beyond our perception.
Unless, perhaps, they’ve been there all along but we just weren’t looking the right way.
29 writers, 29 ways into weird.
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Romantically weird, weirdly romantic: 27 stories that take you down the rabbit hole to love. But if love never did run smooth, here it goes wild – this is love that twists and torments, plunges and prowls, love that crosses boundaries unknown. Oysters and aliens, ghost and gods, stalkers and stars – there’s no limit to the forms that love can take. Why, that toaster – be honest now – are you sure it doesn’t arouse a burning desire?
Tragedy, humour, mystery, drama, hope – Volume 3 of The Rabbit Hole brings you love in its most mischievous guises, from cunning and cruel to cloud nine bliss. Confirmation, if any were needed, that love is a weird, but many-splendoured thing.