This week saw the release of This Book Ain’t Nuttin to Fuck With: A Wu-Tang Tribute Anthology (Clash Books), a hip-hop themed short story collection edited by Christoph Paul and Grant Wamack.
The book includes my story Incarcerated Scarfaces, which is actually a sequel to my story A Brief History of Bad Men, which appeared in Walk Hand In Hand Into Extinction: Stories Inspired by True Detective (Clash Books), co-edited by the aforementioned Christoph Paul.
Incarcerated Scarfaces tells the story of a disgraced – now imprisoned – private investigator who is enlisted by the prison governor to crack a black-market organ transplant ring operating within the walls of the facility. As you might expect, given the theme of the anthology, a number of fictionalised Wu-Tang Clan members appear in the story!
Contents as follows:
Gabino Iglesias: BIG GHETTO BOYS
Charles Austin Muir: THE RAEKWONOMICON
Joshua Chaplinsky: SUPREME MATHEMATICS: A CIPHER
Mame Bougouma Diene: BEATS, BONES, & BRISKET
Jeremy Thompson: WU-TANGIBLE
J.C. Carter: ABBOT OF THE WHITE LOTUS
Loren Kleinman: SUNSHINE
Robert Dean: THE WORLD FELL BENEATH THE BROKEN CONCRETE
Andy Rausch: THE NIGHT OL’ DIRTY BASTARD CAME TO HOBOKEN
Tom Leins: INCARCERATED SCARFACES
Laura Lee Bahr: THE ONE WHO SWALLOWS THE SEA
J. David Osborne: PCP & METH & MOLLY & ALCOHOL, & NO SLEEP
S.L. Dixon: THE RIGHTEOUS HUNT
Aaron Besson: HELLRZA
Sergio Hernandez: LINX