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Day 24: Lori Titus

Lori Titus is a Californian with an affinity for dark fiction, and a knack for crafting sympathetic characters. Her work explores mysticism and reality, treading the blurred line between man and monster. 153 more words

Women In Horror

ALBUM REVIEW: "SLEEPING THROUGH THE WAR" by ALL THEM WITCHES

Take a breath, and lean in closely for a very important announcement: Great rock n’ roll isn’t dead, it’s just under-appreciated and under-promoted in the mainstream media. 428 more words

Album Reviews

Southern Bastards – Vol. 1: Here Was a Man

I’d heard a lot about this book. Well, actually no, not a lot to describe it but just general buzz around it. Eisner winner, good word of mouth and I’d known about and been attracted to the title for quite a while. 286 more words

Southern gothic

when you dm’d me on insta
i forgot my place
your right to bare arms
lost somewhere over the sierra nevada
fingertips grazing over your… 32 more words

Light in August

Genre: modernist, southern gothic, classic lit, american lit
Setting: rural Mississippi, 1930s
Pages: 507

There are some books that leave a distinct mark, and boy is this one of them. 344 more words

Book Review

Day 19: Rasheedah Prioleau

Rasheedah Prioleau is a southern African American writer and filmmaker with an eclectic range of writing and ghostwriting credits. After a few years in the corporate world she started over from the bottom as an unpaid intern for a literary manager and never looked back. 229 more words

Horror

Day 18: Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison was born Chloe Ardelia Wofford on February 18, 1931. A novelist, editor, and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University, her work is best known for its epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed characters. 177 more words

Horror