Monthly Archives: October 2016

New Storyville Column—Ten Lesser-Known Stephen King Books Worth Reading

I have a new Storyville column up at LitReactor today entitled Ten Lesser-Known Stephen King Books Worth Reading. ENJOY!

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4. Blade Runner (1982)

Originally posted on Wonders in the Dark:
By J.D. Lafrance “It’s just like everything that is awful about the city, but at the same time, everything that is fascinating about it…and this, in many ways, is a futurist projection—it’s not so much escapist, it’s a projection of what life will be like in every major…

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Tribulations Review

Originally posted on Joseph Sale: Graphic-Horror Writer:
‘What’s your earliest memory?’ So a young girl is asked by her grandfather at the end of the world, and her answer, like much of what is contained in the pages of Tribulations, will surprise you. This short story collection by Richard Thomas, released earlier in 2016, is…

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