With her latest collection of poetry, Stephanie M. Wytovich bares all, and in doing so welcomes us into her life, giving us a glimpse of her past experiences and interactions. Sheet Music To My Acoustic Nightmare is a dark reading experience. The poems are filled with anger, regret, loss, sex, drink, drugs and everything in-between. The collection reads as if you are living in … Continue reading Book review: Sheet Music To My Acoustic Nightmare – Stephanie M. Wytovich
Alligators In The Sewers is a limited edition chapbook release by Unnerving Magazine. At around an hour reading, you get a mix of poems and short stories featuring some of the best dark fiction has to offer. Mark Allan Gunnells fantastic opening story, A Rain of Autumn Leaves is truly one to savour. I’ve read many stories detailing the world’s end but never anything … Continue reading Book review: Alligators in the Sewers – Unnerving Magazine
Behold! Oddities, Curiosities and Unidefinable Wonders is Crystal Lake Publishing’s BIG anthology for 2017. It features an all-star cast of writers from all over the world, including Neil Gaiman, Bentley Little, Lisa Morton, and Clive Barker to name a few. Last year saw Crystal Lake and editor Doug Murano compile Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories; an incredibly well-balanced, thoughtful collection that featured some breathtaking tales. I had … Continue reading Book review: Behold! Oddities, Curiosities and Unidefinable Wonders – Anthology.
I’ve been struggling a little with putting into words what my feelings are about this book. It’s the first time I’ve read anything by Stephanie M. Wytovich. I am well aware of her poetry work. It is much-lauded by people I respect within the genre and although I’m not a poetry reader per se I think it might be time that I give it a … Continue reading Book review: The Eighth – Stephanie M. Wytovich