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The Secret Life of Souls: A Novel Jack Ketchum

Holy Dysfunctional Family Nightmare ! Dog people will love this tale of a dog’s love and connection to humans.
There are some seriously deplorable characters inside this book. 198 more words

The Literature of Love and Loss

I’m walking to work, freezing my ass off in the morning chill, flicking through Facebook on my phone and thinking “Why horror?”. Ahead of me, pedestrians gather at the crossing—pre-morning-coffee men standing sullen in their suits and long trench coats; Women, slightly more composed in their lacquered nails and corporate war paint, leather knee-high boots and long, quilted coats. 1,654 more words

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50 Scariest Books: #19 - The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum

So I knocked another book off of the 50 Scariest Books of all time list, putting me at a grand total of 19. I began the list with 11 already done, making this the 8th book as I tortoise my way to the finish line. 728 more words

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Q&A with Horror Writer Shawn Seward

Spoiler Free

How did you get your start in writing?

I sort of stumbled upon it while working as an artist. I began to write strange advertisements for non existent, but plausible, over the top products, that worked as a satire, for pointing out the ridiculous nature of some of our institutions and our culture of consumerism in general. 1,054 more words

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Interview: Jack Ketchum Talks Horror Roots and New Book 'The Secret Life of Souls'

Interview conducted by John Wisniewski

Our resident interview maestro, John Wisniewski, is back at it again, and this time he’s chatting it up with legendary genre contributor and longtime fan favorite, Jack Ketchum. 606 more words

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Getting personal with Jack Ketchum

By Becky Narron and A.J. Brown

I have been honored to meet, talk to and interview many talented and amazing authors. This next man certainly needs no introduction. 567 more words

The Girl Next Door

The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum is a horror novel, not about monsters and goblins, but about the monstrous nature of actual human beings. We follow David, a young boy in a small town, who lives next to the Chandlers. 342 more words