Ann Schwader is tellingly aware of the fearsome aspect of the Other and the most effective communicator of the corrosive effects of contact with the Other I have come across in years.
“Lovecraft cared about the science of his time, and used it to full bleak advantage. He portrayed mankind as utterly unimportant to the rest of the universe, and likely to wind up as one more bug on the cosmic windshield.”
Twisted In Dream: The Collected Poetry of Ann K. Schwader Hippocampus Press 2011, 205 pages, $15 . Reviewed by Wilum Pugmire One of the highlights of going to Adam Niswander’s […]
From the title and the cover, it is easy to assume that Horror For the Holidays, a Lovecraftian short story collection published by Miskatonic River Press, is about Christmas. Well, […]
Oops.. Did I say yesterday that we’re giving away three books? My bad. It’s four, now. 😉 Ann K. Schwader emailed me yesterday. She’s the author of the brand new […]