Larry Blamire, the writer-director-artist behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets even wackier with a collection of strange captioned drawings that may or may not be cartoons (even... More > he's not sure). Slightly bizarre, slightly twisted, slightly ridiculous, they at the very least will provoke discussion around the water cooler, as well as any other kind of coolers that people gather around.< Less
The writer-director behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets serious with this creepy collection of western horror stories. Atmospheric, suspenseful, grotesque and occasionally... More > amusing, these thirteen trips to the unknown Old West range from pulp mystery-thriller to ghost story to scifi-horror, all set around a mysterious mountain range where folks just seem to have trouble settling.< Less
Dr. Lorraine Bouddreau tracks a missing psychiatrist to a remote desert ghost town and finds not just a mystery but something more bizarre than she could have imagined. Available in print for the... More > first time, Larry Blamire's critically acclaimed play is part dark comedy, part thriller; an exploration of the mutability of identity and the nature of truth and reality.
4f, 6m, Performance rights and royalty contact info: see book, page iv.
"A tapestry of mirth, in which the playwright's colorfully warped language--a blend of surrealistic gibberish and Mad Max primitive futurism--supports the bizarrest woofs of a superbly madcap ensemble."
"A potent, sometimes dizzyingly audacious blend of elements from comic strips, nonsense poetry, B movies, television, rock, tabloid headlines, pop sculpture and who knows what other influences...
-BOSTON GLOBE< Less