Triangle Arts & Entertainment reviews FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS

The first critic’s review is in FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS. Brandon J. Fiedor reviews the anthology, which features my short story, “724,” for Triangle Arts & Entertainment.

At a time when the literary community has seen a resurgence of interest and respect for all things gothic, FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS, a newly published anthology of short fiction by West Pigeon Press is a rather refreshing read. Billed as “a collection of resonant, unbridled dark fiction . . . unburdened by genre,” the anthology brings together the work of more established writers in the genre and those up and coming as well.  Of the fifteen short stories…

Read the rest of the review here. And if you haven’t read FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS yourself, you’re missing these fine stories:

  • “724” by Christian A. Larsen
  • “The Chopping Block” by Doug Murano
  • “The Persistence of Frondu” by Yarrow Paisley
  • “Bless You” by C. Bryan Brown
  • “A Coat that Fell” by Michael Wehunt
  • “The City Underneath” by Robin Wyatt Dunn
  • “Beside Still Waters” by B.V. Lawson
  • “The Condition She’s In” by Nick Medina
  • “St. Mollusks” by Paul L. Bates
  • “Thicker Than” by Lydia Peever
  • “The Third List” by Samuel Minier
  • “Nothing Bad Has Ever Happened Here” by A.A. Garrison
  • “Oh Abel, Oh Absalom” by J.R. Hamantaschen
  • “Misery Don’t Wait on Me” by Joshua Clark Orkin
  • “Still Life” by Michael Trudeau
FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS is "a rather refreshing read."

FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS is “a rather refreshing read.”

FOR WHEN THE VEIL DROPS is now available in paperback and Kindle eBook formats through

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