[REVIEW] Dark Choir by Paul Melhuish

I have gotten lucky lately – several books in a row have now struck me as unique and deeply interesting. Dark Choir is another story that has left me nodding my head and thinking, ‘Yeah. Yeah, I haven’t read something like this before.’ The premise surrounding the abuse of mentally and physically handicapped people is…

[REVIEW] Black Bubbles – by Kelli Owen

This review follows the Poltergeist Press reissue. — It seems like most readers (that I follow) agree that collections are often hit or miss, due to how many stories included you liked or disliked. I’m on this page; it’s not easy for me to love a collection, because usually there’s a handful of stories I…

AN UPDATE FROM QUARANTINE

*UPDATED 4/9/20* A lot of things are changing for people around the world. Things are a mess. Our lives have been put on pause in a lot of ways, as we self-isolate and shut down states. Being home and “unemployed” has given me time to write more and think about how I want to do…

[PRESS RELEASE] Squirming Disease – 4.10.20

Across the world, new plants are sprouting from the ground; in the woods, in your own backyard. And with them comes a frightening infestation: swarms of tiny, black bugs that feast on blood, muscle, and bone… This April, the second entry in my Twenty series will release. Like Pray before it, Squirming Disease is a…