It's The Great Bumpkin,
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Sparkly vampires, zombies, booger aliens, and the Great Bumpkin — it must be Halloween!
About three things I'm positive. First, Ricky-Bob done got himself turned into a vampire.
Number Two, there's a part of his tiny little brain — and I don’t know how strong that part of his brain might be — that thinks I give a damn about him.
C. I unconditionally, irrevocably, must run his sorry ass out of town.
Kathy Turski may write about Great Bumpkins, but she is anything but one — a fine craftswoman with a contagious sense of humor.
— Mike Resnick
Kathy Turski is talented and twisted. It’s the Great Bumpkin, Cletus Brown may not be a tale for the ages but it beats the hell out of watching a Charlie Brown special. Kathy has a knack for parody and "The Legend of Creepy Holler" has some wonderful lines in it and plays hob with some vampires who really need staking. And the guide to being a zombie is an amusing but essential sourcebook for those who find themselves falling apart and craving brains. Kathy obviously has a brain and knows how to use it. I’d heard some of the material before at sf conventions and am delighted to see them all assembled in one little book.
Sherri Dean’s artwork, which also parodies some materials, perfectly complements the writing. Two fine talents working together!
— James K. Burk