Having failed to make the pilgrimage in life, I decided to do so in death. It was easy to put off. There was always next year or the next, but the news warned of biometric passkeys soon. I’d spent enough… Read More ›
Clifford Royal Johns novel Velocity Blues drops on June 15th, but you can win one of five SIGNED copies now! Enter the Giveaway below!
Literary criticism did not emerge out of literature, per se. The deep and intense dive into text seems to come from religion, I suspect. Signs and portents in the natural world were shrived and analyzed. The flight of birds, and… Read More ›
Hello and welcome to my first indie game review for Vernacular Books! I decided to hit the ground running, and not just review one game, but two at the same time. That is, Ikenfell and Ara Fell, respectfully. Consider this… Read More ›
Mocking tradition comes at a price in Stephen Graham Jones’ captivating psychological horror novel, The Only Good Indians.
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.