a collection of 13 short stories of all kinds. predominantly horror-fantasy
zephrys -- page five
"Cockroaches" -- Patsy Baker slowly goes mad.(horror)
"Not God: -- the richest man in the world tries to live again; to be immortal and be God. (sci-fi)
"The Desk" -- a newly-hired reporter gets a desk no one else wants to use. (horror)
"The Amazing Lungpower of Red Spiegelstein" (fantasy)
"The Church of the Final Judgement" (horror-fantasy)
"The Killer Man" (murder)
"The Wolf in the Woods" (children's)
"The Reading" (experimental fiction)
"Reincarnation" (general fiction)
"The Motorcycle Wars" (general fiction)
"Homer Wells and the Relax Inn" (humor)
"Prejudice in Green" (general fiction)
"Sanctuary" (general fiction)
"I lovd the new music, and something was happening in Memphis, Tennessee at a little recording studio called Sun Records. I flew down thee and bought the wax rights for some singeers named Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Jerry Lee Lewis. They immediately began recording for the RCA and Columbia labels, both of which we owned. (If you ever wondered why oither Sun record stars never went anywhere, it's because they didn't get the money, honey, as the Big Bopper would say).
"An aside here: I wanted to change Elvis Presley's anme to Jimmy Presley. Now I'm glad he wouldn't do it. I don't think it would have hurt him. Instead of Elvis the Pelvis, he'd just be Jimmy the Shimmy.
"To the north, I did the same thing with some black groups at a little-known waxworks called Motown records in Detroit, Michigan. Mary Wells, the Supremes, and the Four Tops did quite well. Since that time, I've occasionally bought appearance and/or recording rights for nobidies that became somebodies -- Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, bob Dyland, and AC/DC, to name a few."