HAZARDS AND HARROWS by Robert J. Krog
These stories by Robert J. Krog were published in the last decade and have
since become hard to find in print. Here they are again, complete with descriptions on how to survive the revolution of the mechano-alchemical constructs, what it’s like to love and lose a woman made of wood, how to be a rock when times are tough, what friendship is like in the zombie apocalypse, when it is advisable to plan a picnic, good reading suggestions at the Miskatonic University Library, how to maintain a miniature, self-contained, experimental, nascent civilization, when to answer the door, and how to play hopscotch with goblin children. A handy volume with stories you might have missed if you are a fan of Robert J. Krog, and a handy volume with stories to make you a fan if you aren’t yet.