Allmon’s latest release, Mr Ordinary Dons a Disguise (Odyssey Books 2018), is a collection of fifteen short stories written over a seven-year period, and run the gamut from speculative to literary fiction, from horror to humour. Published in journals such as Aurealis, The Waterhouse Review and Writers’ Bloc – including Dicky’s Dilemma, winner of the Judges’ Choice for the ESU Roly Sussex Award – each story is accompanied by an illustration or photograph by talented Australian and international artists.
A scheming liver.
A lighter’s journey.
Vengeful teddy bears.
Vending machine salvation.
The Annual Meeting of Words.
Everyone on earth moving six feet to the left.
Escape into vivid worlds, populated by everyday – ordinary, if you will – characters facing unique challenges…when sometimes the mask becomes the face. From horror to humour, speculative to literary fiction, magic realism to psychological dualism: fifteen stories that will linger in the mind.