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Book Review: The Hanging and Redemption of John Gordon
August 27, 2013 No Commentby

Book Review: The Hanging and Redemption of John Gordon

The title of this narrative non-fiction tale really gives away the plot. Before I even put down the $20 to ...

NecronomiCon Rising
August 1, 2013 No Commentby

NecronomiCon Rising

So what happens at a NecronomiCon? The weekend of August 22-25 looks to be chock full of events related to ...

We Are Providence: The H.P. Lovecraft Community
July 27, 2013 No Commentby

We Are Providence: The H.P. Lovecraft Community

Obscure for all of his life and only slightly less obscure for decades after his death in 1937, horror writer ...

Cthulhu’s Call Still Echoes
July 26, 2013 No Commentby

Cthulhu’s Call Still Echoes

A century ago, a man walked the tranquil east side streets of our capitol city. He was a quiet, unassuming ...

Book Review: The Shadow Over Innsmouth
July 24, 2013 No Commentby

Book Review: The Shadow Over Innsmouth

I finished reading this story while spending the night at a run-down inn in the mountains of New Hampshire. It ...

Book Review: The Obituary Writer
June 27, 2013 No Commentby

Book Review: The Obituary Writer

About halfway through reading this story of two women in different eras, I woke up panicked after having a realistic ...

Best Books to Bring to the Beach
June 5, 2013 No Commentby

Best Books to Bring to the Beach

By Bobby Forand   I have been to the beach four times in the last calendar year – to attend ...

Book Review: Machine of Death’s “Vegetables”
June 5, 2013 No Commentby

Book Review: Machine of Death’s “Vegetables”

By Bobby Forand Nearly everyone spends hours wondering how they are going to die. The collaborators of Machine of Death ...

Book Review: Buddhaland Brooklyn
November 13, 2012 59 commentsby

Book Review: Buddhaland Brooklyn

Soon, it will be winter. You’ll look out over brown fields and at empty branches, and though you understand that ...

Gotschall ‘Storytelling Animal’
May 19, 2012 9 commentsby

Gotschall ‘Storytelling Animal’

“Tell me a story.” Put on the spot like that, one’s mind tends to go blank. Based on the context, ...