Unmemory by Kristi DeMeester A Flash Review by Emily Reed "...the memory of a film was the closest to a haunting we would encounter in our lives." Unmemory was the third book I've read this year by Kristi DeMeester, and she is the greatest. She writes such gorgeous and unsettling scenes, and Unmemory did not... Continue Reading →

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The Godfather of Constant Readers

THE GODFATHER OF CONSTANT READERS Tracing the Trails: A Constant Reader’s Reflections on the Works of Stephen King by Chad A Clark Review by: Tony Jones I normally read non-fiction quite slowly and I fully intended to take a very leisurely stroll through Chad Clark’s Reflections on the Works of Stephen King but once I... Continue Reading →

Lowell George and the Art of Dying Young

A Conversation With John Hornor Jacobs By Rich Duncan Today on Ink Heist we're happy to welcome John Hornor Jacobs with a stellar, exceptionally in-depth conversation about books, writing, music, and his new novella, The Sea Dreams It Is the Sky. John's breakout debut Southern Gods is one of the best books I've read in decades and... Continue Reading →

A Gathering of Shadows

The Novellas of Kealan Patrick Burke Reviews by Tony Jones Kealan Patrick Burke is one of those authors, that since he arrived on the horror scene in 2005, has regularly and successfully moved between the three major lengths of fiction; novels, novellas and short stories. This article will concentrate on his novellas, reviewing seven of... Continue Reading →

The Nitty Gritty

The Nitty Gritty by Bob Ford, author/contributor to Lost Highways It’s safe to say most of us are acquainted with teachers, accountants, engineers and a normal assortment of people in our lives. It makes day-to-day acceptable and comfortable. Nothing wrong with that. Lots of characters hold those posts in fiction and the old adage write... Continue Reading →

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