The Encyclopedia for Boys & Other Mutated Memories
by Jeffrey Osier
The Encyclopedia for Boys & Other Mutated Memories is the second volume in the Complete Works of Jeffrey Osier. This book comprises some of the author’s earliest and most memorable stories, including the title story, which is one of the reasons that the late, lamented Deathrealm Magazine came into being. Often touted as a successor to Lovecraft, and compared to Thomas Ligotti, Osier’s work is dark, surreal, and guaranteed to leave you with images that will haunt you long after you finish reading. From the pages of a lost childhood reference book, to dark creatures of shadow and darker vaults of memory, and dream, you will have a hard time shaking these six tales out of your mind.
The Algae Angels
Encyclopedia for Boys
For the Curiosity of Rats