Short stories by Stephen Graham Jones.

Jones is the author of 23 or 25 or so books, +300 stories, some comic books, and all this stuff here. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, and has a few broken-down old trucks, one PhD, and way too many boots

Listing 8 stories.

A college student and his former dissertain advisor use their knowledge of anthropology to survive the zombie apocalypse and theorize about the evolution of humans and zombies.

The inhabitants of middle-of-nowhere Gultree think the new man in town is a snake oil salesman, while in reality, he's much, much worse.

A man goes to the movies with his father-in-law and uses an assisted hearing device to listen in on the old man's thoughts, discovering that his father-in-law may be a murderer.

When a mysterious woman enters her life and her pesky groundhog problem refuses to go away, an Indigenous woman begins to look for clues to explain the strange and unnerving things that are happening around her. As she does, she discovers a terrifying secret about the land on which she lives, and watches as her past, present, and future collide.

A chef is bicycling home when he discovers two dead bodies. When he discovers a clue that the police miss, he decides to conduct his own investigation.

Your tire blows out on a long drive. While you try to fix it, an uncanny encounter leads to a fatal crash.

An extended visit from a relative leaves a young boy terrified in his own home.

On a Halloween night, three friends play a drinking game while giving out candy to trick-or-treaters. When a mysterious child dressed as a rotting mummy keeps returning to their house, one friend believes he is connected to her past and is now haunting her.