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 Stephanie M. Wytovich and she switched things up and offered some poetry recs...
Poems of My Night by Cynthia Pelayo for its urban nightmares and honest fears.
The Sex Lives of Monster by Helen Marshall for its descent into the beautiful grotesque.
Field Guide to the End of the World by Jeannine Hall Gailey for its apocalyptic charm.
The Shadow Owner’s Companion by Eleanor Hooker for its gorgeous haunts and quiet whispers.
Boneshaker by Jan Beatty for its grit and raw look at the life we live.
Stephanie M. Wytovich is a technical writer by day and a horror writer by night. She is the Poetry Editor for Raw Dog Screaming Press, an adjunct at Western Connecticut State University, and a book reviewer for Nameless Magazine. She is a member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, an active member of the Horror Writers Association, and a graduate of Seton Hill University’s MFA program for Writing Popular Fiction. Her Bram Stoker Award-nominated poetry collections, Hysteria: A Collection of Madness, Mourning Jewelry, An Exorcism of Angels, and Brothel earned a home with Raw Dog Screaming Press, and her debut novel, The Eighth, is simmering in sin with Dark Regions Press.
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