The collectible signed limited edition of CLICKERS FOREVER: A TRIBUTE TO J.F. GONZALEZ is available for pre-order.

Few Millennium-era horror authors left as big an imprint on the genre as J.F. Gonzalez. CLICKERS FOREVER: A TRIBUTE TO J.F. GONZALEZ celebrates his rich legacy, featuring some of horror’s biggest names alongside tomorrow’s stars in a massive career-spanning tribute. Featuring stories set in Gonzalez’s literary worlds of CLICKERS, SURVIVOR, PRIMITIVE, and RESTORE FROM BACK-UP; examinations of his creative process and the lasting impact of his seminal works; personal tributes and anecdotes from those who knew him best; and much more. A must-have for fans of J.F. Gonzalez and horror fiction. Includes exclusive content available only in this edition.

* You are pre-ordering, which means you are reserving your copy ahead of production. The book is expected to physically ship to you in January 2018.

* This hardcover is signed by ALL of the contributors and contains material that is exclusive only to this edition.

* Over 450 oversized pages

* Limited to 175 copies, at $100 each.

* Interior illustrations by Hannah Gonzalez.

* Cover by Dave Kendall.

* Signature sheet illustrations by Chris Enterline.

* Table of Contents:
Introduction – Brian Keene
Captivity – J.F. Gonzalez
That Goddamn Grin – Robert Ford
Vanilla Sunshine – Jonathan Janz
Books with Bite – Jonathan Maberry
Back from the Dead – Mike Lombardo
Bangers and Mash – Matt Hayward
Garage Clicker – John Urbancik
On the Contributions of J.F. Gonzalez to Horror Literature – Mary SanGiovanni
My Own Personal Jesus – Wayne Allen Sallee
Algorithms of the Heart – Mike Oliveri
Moist Air – Adam Cesare
On Clickers II – J.F. Gonzalez
Clickers vs. Mandibles: The Tale of an Unwritten Saga – Jeff Strand
Ten Secrets to Survival Clickers Don’t Want You to Know (They Really Hate Number Six) – Jeff Burk
A Birthday Party for Jenny Too Good – Gord Rollo
Belief – Lesley Conner
Shooting Schedule – J.F. Gonzalez
WWJD: Collaborating with J.F. Gonzalez – Wrath James White
Only One Way to Write the End of the Individual: J. F. Gonzalez’s The Corporation – Nick Mamatas
Gracias, hermano: a letter to a man I never met – Gabino Iglesias
Deep into That Dark One Peering – Stephen Kozeniewski
At the Corner of Flanders and Phillipsport – Michael T. Huyck Jr.
Surfing Is My Life: Fear and Loathing on the Northern California Coast – Gene O’Neill
The Folly of the Dead, or, I’m Pretty Sure My Buddy Is A Serial Killer – Geoff Cooper
The Survival of Horror: A Tribute to J.F. Gonzalez’s Survivor – Matt Serafini
For You, Anything – Wesley Southard
WonderClaws™ – Monica J. O’Rourke
Throwing Books – Dave Thomas
Clickbusters – Amber Fallon
Night Run – Kristopher Rufty
A Bad Influence – Robert Swartwood
Grab – Jay Wilburn
Ku Klux Clickers – Wile E. Young
My Own Private L.A. Gangsta – Weston Ochse
Jesus and the Splatterpunks: An Oral History – David J. Schow, John Skipp, and Brian Keene
Bleeding Through – Charles R. Rutledge
Mabel’s Recipes – J.F. Gonzalez
To the Bitter End – Kyle Lybeck
Complications Of – Kelli Owen

* Later next year, there will be paperback and digital editions of the book released through Deadite Press, however, please note that those editions will NOT include all of the material that is in this limited edition, nor will they be signed.


Author: briankeene

Brian Keene writes novels, comics, and stories for a living. It's not a bad gig, but it doesn't get him out of the house much. His books include GHOUL, DARK HOLLOW, DEAD SEA, FEAR OF GRAVITY, THE RISING, TERMINAL, KILL WHITEY, and many more. Several of his short stories have been adapted into graphic novels and several of his novels are slated for film and video game adaptations. The winner of two Bram Stoker awards, Keene’s work has been praised in such diverse places as the New York Times, the History Channel,, Fangoria, and Rue Morgue.

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