Pickering, Canada: Undertow Press, 2015; $18.99 tpb; 328 pages
I begin with a confession: I can’t offer a very specific definition of what Weird Fiction is. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s threshold test has always been good enough for me: I know it when I see it. But circumstances change. Having skated by on this flimsy old chestnut for years, one day, the editor of a prestigious science fiction newsletter holds a weaponized iguana to your head and tells you to stop futzing around.