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Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok - cover

Debris & Detritus: The Lesser Greek Gods Running Amok

Mark Finn, Claire M Johnson, Max Adams, Irene Radford, Antioch Grey, Beth Teliho, Robin D Owens, Toni McGee Causey, Rhonda Eudaly, Jeanne Lyet Gassman, Michelle Muenzler, ChandaElaine Spurlock, Melanie Fletcher, M.J. Butler, Weyodi

Publisher: Story Spring Publishing, LLC

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"Debris and Detritus, the lesser-known Greek gods..." * 
 
These words launched over a dozen alternate realities and histories, invaded existing universes, and even inspired a book or two--with Debris and Detritus running amok through every world they touch. 
 
With nothing else to go on, writers from various genres created deities that might or might not actually be Greek, might or might not be of any particular gender, might or might not be of this Earth--but they always wreak havoc in ways that range from darkly horrific to brightly comedic. 
 
Join in the fun, but be forewarned about reading at night. Some of these compulsively readable tales will give you nightmares, while others will have you startling the parakeet by howling with laughter. 
 
Debris & Detritus--Unpredictable, Unbelievable, Un-put-down-able 
 
*Writer Rhonda Eudaly cannot be held responsible for the results of those blithely spoken words. Editor Patricia Burroughs, however, might. 
With stories by: Robin D Owens, Toni McGee Causey, Beth Teliho, Weyodi, ChandaElaine Spurlock, Irene Radford, Michelle Muenzler, Claire M. Johnson, Antioch Grey, Jeanne Lyet Gassman, Melanie Fletcher, Mark Finn, Rhonda Eudaly, M.J. Butler, and Max Adams.

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