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This anthology is full of oddities, from the fun and humorous to the gross and disturbing. With so many different styles and topics, you are bound to find some winners, even if not all stories are your cup of tea. For me, "Cat-Skinner Sweet and the Twirling Teacups of Deadwood" by James Dorr wins Best Voice, "Dawn of the Night of the Dying Alive" by Frank J. Edler wins Best Original Concept Squeezed out of a Trope, and "The Thing with Chickens" by Shoshana Sumrall Frerking wins Best Fan Fiction Adaptation Ever. Go ahead and read this anthology of the bizarre, and find your own winners. Best if you can get in paperback, as the Kindle version has a few formatting difficulties.