INSTANT SWIMMERS by Ronald Malfi

INSTANT SWIMMERS by Ronald Malfi For the first fifty years of his life, Donald Broome enjoyed an existence of predictability and contentment that only a true practitioner of bachelorhood can know. An accountant by both nature and profession, Broome arrived at the firm...

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Book Review: DEAD END

Book Review: DEAD END

Dead End Chris DiLeo JournalStone (March 27, 2020) Reviewed by Bret McCormick When I laid eyes on the cover art for the book Dead End by Chris DiLeo, my first thought was, “I wouldn’t mind having a poster of that hanging on my wall.” Kudos to Don Noble of Rooster...

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Book Review: THE REDDENING

THE REDDENING Adam L.G. Nevill Ritual Limited (October 31, 2019) Reviewed by Ray Palen If you enjoy your horror with a historic premise, along with a dash of the gothic thrown in for good measure, you need look no further than this terrific thrill-fest from British...

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Book Review: DEAD END

New Release: DEAD END

DEAD END Chris DiLeo JournalStone (March 27, 2020) Home can be a refuge . . . Mike Munacy was eleven years old when he watched his father commit suicide, jumping off the towering hill behind his house to die in the grass at Mike’s feet. Fourteen years later, Mike and...

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New Release: DYKE (GEOLOGY)

New Release: DYKE (GEOLOGY)

DYKE (geology) Black Lawrence Press March 2020 Through intertwined threads of autofiction, lyric science writing, and the tale of a newly queer Hawaiian volcano, Sabrina Imbler delivers a coming out story on a geological time scale. This is a small book that tackles...

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