Fangoria Magazine reviews A FEAST OF FRIGHTS

John Porter reviews A FEAST OF FRIGHTS FROM THE HORROR ZINE (featuring my short story, “Clawed Sod”) for Fangoria Magazine:

A Feast of Frights is a very satisfying anthology.”

First things first: if you’re reading this, you may well already be a fan of The Horror Zine–and if you’re not, buy A Feast of Frights, and you will become one very quickly. It’s staff has an impeccable reputation for selecting the best short fiction, poetry, and artwork from established writers as well as relative newcomers. Their only criterion is excellence, and it shows in this compilation.

Crammed into 473 pages are 34 stories, eight interviews, a slew of poems and some very cool illustrations. Add an additional three tales by the editors, and you’ve got enough reading material to last for weeks. Or only days, if you get hooked the way you likely will.

Collections like this tend to contain a few good stories, some that are not so bad, and one or two dogs–but there isn’t a canine in this bunch. It’s like a greatest-hits album by your favorite band: Each story is amazing in its own right, and once you get started, you don’t want to put the book down. Some of the established authors include Graham Masterton, Joe R. Lansdale, Tom Piccirilli, Ed Gorman, Jeff Strand and Joe McKinney, yet as good as these masters are, what’s most exciting are the offerings by…

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One Response to “Fangoria Magazine reviews A FEAST OF FRIGHTS”

  1. […] “Each story is amazing in its own right, and once you get started, you don’t want to put the book down.” — Fangoria Magazine […]

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