Harris has a number of interesting things to say (he’s an interesting guy) but his take on why children’s toys are scary was particularly intriguing and, if you don’t know what a Künstleroman and künstmärchen are, you’ll want to read on.
“Master of Rods and Strings is a masterful work the likes of which I have not read in many years.” —Thomas Ligotti
Without a proper guide, you’ll never know what you can accomplish with the creepy marionette in your grandma’s attic. Seize the strings with purpose!
Based in France, Jason Marc Harris’ story of occult puppetry, Master of Rods and Strings, has impressed the likes of Thomas Ligotti, Tangent Online’s Victoria Silverwolf, and many other authors. Now, you get a chance to win a signed a… Read More ›
Paul Semel interviews author of Velocity Blues, Clifford Royal Johns, and a chance to win a signed copy of the book.
Clifford Royal Johns’ hyper adrenalized new novel, Velocity Blues, drops tomorrow. Here what Cliff has to say about his new book, then enter the giveaway!
Clifford Royal Johns novel Velocity Blues drops on June 15th, but you can win one of five SIGNED copies now! Enter the Giveaway below!
Review by Megan Bosarge What comes to mind when you think of the word mother? An infant suckling at it’s mother’s breast? Lunches being packed, stories being read and scraped knees being kissed? Perhaps something not so tender? Maybe loss,… Read More ›
A masterfully executed horror novel of the highest caliber, The Only Good Indians accurately captures the tension of being caught between the modern world and one that demands respect for unique cultural heritage and identity, and the feeling of being adrift and out of place in both.
Spontaneous (2020) A Review by Megan Bosarge If people around you suddenly started blowing up, you might find yourself wondering if each moment was your last. This is the strange and morbid reality of Spontaneous, directed by Brian Duffield. Mara… Read More ›