March 21, 2017

Thanks to the limited sum of John C. Foster's stuff that I've read, I had a certain expectations going into this collection. I expected originality. I expected good pacing and structure. I expe...

March 20, 2017

I like horror stories when they aren’t really about monsters and gore. Fear is a powerful metaphor, and the best pieces of prose use it to tell stories that hold a mirror up to our real-world l...

March 17, 2017

Though short, a novelette my guess, Did You Forget About Me? packs a surprising punch. Being short, it still holds a relatively slow-burning wick, building on childhood turmoil to offer a sense...

March 15, 2017

Say it… Say it... Moloch! Moloch!

The first instance James Newman invokes the name of this demonic figure it comes off almost forced, and then it came again, and again, soon enough, the name had...

March 13, 2017

And they’re off! Season 3 of the Manor House opens with a sinister tale of retribution by Eric J. Guignard titled Something in the Strawberry Fields. Listening, the story brought to mind a Scot...

March 10, 2017

Last night, I decided to make use of one of the handful of subscriptions I have that I too often neglect (I blame all the new indie stuff coming into my mailbox, as well as all the stuff I hope...

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