Review by Peter Derk
Chuck Palahniuk’s biggest trick is that his books will make readers feel smart or force the reader to carry a feeling for the characters. And his best books do both. This one is a "both" kind of book.
Micheli has the chops, and they are dripping with dread.
A "greatest hits" collection of Lisa Tuttle's decades-worth of fiction that serves as a great introduction to the writer.
Paul Tremblay once again proves he’s a literary “beast” with his new short story collection.
How do we live up to our story?
Review by Alexander Pyles
Decisions haunt in Doyle's revelatory debut story collection.
The masked man trades in sex for scares in his debut novel.
Review by Sadie Hartmann
A non-spoilery response to the stories collected in 'The Inconsolables' by Michael Wehunt, published by Bad Hand Books
The new HOWLS anthology features destruction both big and small, widespread and personal.
Carney's book celebrates possibility, hope and triumph, all while processing grief in a very public way.