Mother Nature Turns Deadly in New Anthology Book SNAFU: Unnatural
If you’re unfamiliar with the SNAFU series (look up the acronym), it’s basically a set of anthology books in which a group of acclaimed writers contribute stories in the area of military horror.
So if you happen to be a newcomer to the series who’s looking to get stuck in, check out the latest book, SNAFU: Unnatural, which deals with the theme of bio-horror. Contributors include the Bram Stoker Award-nominated James A. Moore and Australian Shadows Awards-nominated B. Michael Radburn.
Man versus Nature… Anacondas, piranha, giant crocodiles/alligators/lizards, mutated bears near nuclear power stations, prehistoric sharks – all were featured heavily in books and films of the 70s and 80s, when bio-horror was at its modern peak. This anthology of military-bio-horror stories takes you back to those classic days. Think Greg McLean’s Rogue, Lake Placid, Eight-legged Freaks, Anaconda, Meg, Prophecy, Deep Blue Sea, and other films/books where people (in this case soldiers) are fighting against mutated or ultra-dangerous animals.
Join some of the best writers working today, along with some SNAFU favorites, for an unnaturally good time.
Table of Contents:
1. Here There Be Monsters – Dave Beynon
2. Unborn – Justin Bell
3. The Weavers in Darkness – James A. Moore & Charles R. Rutledge
4. Kill Team Kill – Justin A Coates
5. Restless – Lee Murray
6. A Hole in the World – Tim Lebbon & Christopher Golden
7. Cargo – B. Michael Radburn
8. Vermin – Richard Lee Byers
9. The Valley of Death – David W. Amendola
10. Venom – Michael McBride