Tentacle Head is back! Overflowing dumpster playtime it is!
This goopy horror (not-for-children) children's book has been out of print since the collapse of Bear Creek Press.
Now this slime-slathered absurdist adventure has returned, newly reformatted by illustrator Sarah Allen Reed and ready for fresh readers to engulf like a greasy meatball.
See what happens when a nightmarish cast of weird little guys find what they think is a dead body — only to discover the horrible corpse is a living but ultra-depressed mutant: Tentacle Head.
Lincoln Michel, author of The Body Scout, says it's "like The Little Prince reimagined by David Cronenberg."
Amber Sparks, author of And I Do Not Forgive You, says it's "like if the Garbage Pail Kids got their own moon and then made you feel sorry for them."
B.R. Yeager, author of Negative Space, says it's "a striking and wholly unique tale of apocalypse and survivor’s guilt."
Erica Satifka, author of How to Get to Apocalypse and Other Disasters, describes it as "a twisted story of family and friendship in a fungus-strewn nightmare world."
a PDF of Tentacle Head