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Webster defines "obsession" as an "a persistent disturbing abnormal preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling."

Obsessions sometimes include a hobby or collection that has gotten out of hand. Other times an obsession can drive a person to invent something new, cure a disease or attempt to right a great wrong. And at other times, obsessing can send a person down a dark and disturbing path.

Obsessions can be healthy; can be born out of love and the desire to protect. They can stem from a need to fix something that is broken or replace something that is missing. But they can also be pervasive and disgusting, unhealthy and bizarre. They can be mild or quaint and eclectic, or they can be all-consuming and life altering.

These authors tackle the subject with all original genre-bending fiction:

Ezekiel James Boston
Stephen Couch
Joe Cron
Leah Cutter
Dayle Dermatis
Robert Jeschonek
Kari Kilgore
Michael Kingswood
Kate Pavelle
Annie Reed
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Leigh Saunders
Rebecca M. Senese
Dean Wesley Smith
David Stier
Julie Strauss

Stories curated by Mark Leslie, editor of Campus Chills, North of Infinity II, Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound and multiple volumes in the Fiction River anthology series. Foreword by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

Fiction & Literature
24 November
Stark Publishing

More Books by Mark Leslie, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Dean Wesley Smith, Leah Cutter, Dayle A. Dermatis, Ezekiel James Boston, Annie Reed, Robert Jeschonek, Julie Strauss, Kari Kilgore, Michael Kingswood, Stephen Couch, Joe Cron, Kate Pavelle, Leigh Saunders, Rebecca M. Senese & David Stier