An explosive collection spanning Spencer Hamilton’s entire career as a storyteller, Kitchen Sink features stories of literary horror that will unsettle your very core.
Inside you will find a splash of something for everyone: a Kafkaesque creature, a team of time-travelers, a mysterious land of giants and talking cats, a man down on his luck at Christmas, a dusty pool table shop that’s more than it seems, the nature of memory, Frankenstein’s Law, a team of ghost hunters, whispers from a kitchen sink’s drain . . .
Stories of ghosts and of depression, of loss and of fear, of blood and the things we do to one another. Hamilton’s gift for writing compelling characters and visceral details will give you glimpses into our nature as human beings and creatures of story. With each turn of the page, Hamilton explores our own perceptions–of ourselves, of our memories, and of each other.
Twenty-eight pieces from one person’s story, collected here for the first time.