What readers say about Michael's work:

"This is a delightful story. The worst thing about it is that it leaves me wanting more short stories by this author."

"Charmingly hilarious and, frankly, creatively badass."

"If Chuck Wendig and Douglas Adams ever had a bastard love child, it might write Perishables."

About the author:

Michael G. Williams

Michael is a native of the Appalachian Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina. He describes his writing as wry horror, sarcastic science fiction, and suburban fantasy: stories told from the perspectives of vampires, unconventional investigators, magicians, and occult hackers who live in the places so many of us also call home. While much of what he writes might qualify as horror, it never forgets its sense of humor. Michael is also an avid athlete, activist, gamer, and brother in St. Anthony Hall and Mu Beta Psi.

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