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The Ingram Interview by K.B. Dixon

Meet Daniel Ingram, retired English professor: despondent, eccentric, and in the midst of writing his memoir, after being kicked out of his current home (a retirement facility) for depressing the other residents. 888 more words

Book Review

Book Review: Keepers of Kaalchakra

Keepers of the Kalachakra is a historical, mythological, science-fiction thriller which revolves around an ancient concept of Buddhism. The plot stretches far and wide. So far and so wide, that one gets a feeling of being lost in a desert of words. 575 more words

Ashwin Sanghi

Metafiction

You know when Deadpool breaks the fourth wall? Metafiction is kinda like that. It’s fucking awesome.

The idea is that we can aim for originality, but we’re sure never to truly hit it- of the hundreds of thousands of books published every year, most are recycled plots with new-ish characters. 302 more words

Academia

Terror Tree Review of Literary Stalker

Watch Nick! He’s a real loose cannon. You never know how he’s going to take umbrage and react. And if you annoy him too much on social media, it might be curtains. 242 more words

Metafiction

The Man Whose Face This Is

   In darkness there is nothing, nowhere is anywhere, and nobody says a word. When touched by light, everything very suddenly and very brilliantly exists, and sometimes there exist twice as many of a thing than there are. 843 more words

Humour

Literary Stalker, Metacrime and Metafilm

Guest post for The Haunted Reading Room, which travels the meta-road from highbrow Borges and Martin Amis to the popular culture of Wes Craven’s Scream… 157 more words

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Now Read This: Literary Stalker

A new incisive, very positive review of Literary Stalker from Josh Hancock of Morbidly Beautiful:

EVERYONE’S A CRITIC—FRIGHTENING WORDS FOR THE VENGEFUL, UNSTABLE PROTAGONIST OF ROGER KEEN’S FUN AND THRILLING HORROR FICTION NOVEL “LITERARY STALKER”. 152 more words

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