Review: Mother by Philip Fracassi

CLICK HERE TO BUY FROM AMAZON Relationships, and especially marriage, take their toll on the psyche. Phillip Fracassi’s novellete, Mother, examines the gradual breakdown of a marriage from the perspective of a rather unlikable, but very realistic, protagonist: Howard. The ride through terror is excellently foreshadowed from the first line: “I know Julie loved me … More Review: Mother by Philip Fracassi

Review: Horror Film Poems by Christoph Paul and Joel Amut Guell

CLICK HERE TO BUY ON AMAZON For fans of classic and iconic horror films, there is a sort of essence, or maybe a prominent image, that figures heavily into a personal connection with those films. In this collection of poems inspired by classic horror concepts, you will find a companion piece that neatly complements any … More Review: Horror Film Poems by Christoph Paul and Joel Amut Guell