Locus Magazine Reviews Jeremy C. Shipp’s The Merry Dredgers

So excited that Jeremy C. Shipp’s The Merry Dredgers garnered a stellar review in Locus Magazine. Renowned author and book reviewer Gabino Iglesias delves into this haunting tale, advising readers: “Trust Shipp and enter the Goblin’s mouth with them. You won’t regret it.”

“Jeremy C. Shipp’s work is always wonderfully weird, and in their latest, The Merry Dredgers, they have embraced weirdness like never before. … Trust Shipp and enter the Goblin’s mouth with them. You won’t regret it.”


The Merry Dredgers

The Merry Dredgers

Seraphina Ramon will stop at nothing to find out the truth about why her sister Eff is in a coma after a very suspicious "accident." Even if it means infiltrating the last place Seraphina knows Eff was alive: a once-abandoned amusement park now populated by a community of cultists.
        Follow Seraphina through the mouth of the Goblin: To the right, a wolf-themed roller coaster rests on the blackened earth, curled up like a dead snake. To the left, an animatronic Humpty Dumpty falls off a concrete castle and shatters on the ground, only to reform itself moments later. Up ahead, cultists giggle as they meditate in a hall of mirrors. This is the last place in the world Seraphina wants to be, but the best way to investigate this bizarre cult, is to join them.
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