October 31, 2016
Some people have a ton, some people have a few, but just about everybody has a book, or books, that they love. I asked author and editor Paul Michael Anderson and...
The top shelf of my highest...
October 30, 2016
Much more than haunted, Patrick Lacey’s Dream Woods pins the fun and fluffy on a board and spins it toward chaotic terror. This story has a wide swatch of themes and tones mashed together,...
October 28, 2016
Distinctly Lauren Beukes, Slipping is a collection that ranges from the far reaches of otherworldly science fiction to straight literary and off toward a world mashed of fixtures between the tw...
October 27, 2016
New to the world of lowly lit mags, but not new to the publishing world, J.D. Horn has seen tremendous success with his Witching Savannah series.
“The Witching Savannah series is about a set of...
October 26, 2016
Rare Breeds by Erik Hofstatter is a quick read and pacing rolls along, picking up speed until hectic. Set in the dreary household of a working class family: a mother, a stepfather and the daugh...
October 25, 2016
Savages, by Greg F. Gifune has a little bit of Lord of the Flies, Lost and even a tiny snatch of Predator, at one point. But make no mistake, this is a standalone original story.
A group of frie...