Monthly Archives: December 2015

Sumiko Saulson’s Black Women in Horror Writing #4: Sumiko Saulson

  Solitude by Sumiko Saulson Review by Bryan Cebulski The intrepid creator of this very list, Sumiko Saulson, is the subject of our fourth review. Specifically her first novel, the science-fiction urban isolation fable post-apocalyptic horror sorta thing Solitude. Solitude … Continue reading

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“As Gay as Old Dad’s Hatband”: The 5 Kinds of Gay and Bisexual Characters in Stephen King’s Writings

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DISTRANT: Macabre Brainspaces | Gamemoir Review

Game developer Jesse Makkonen makes interactive narratives out of abstract feelings. His first game, Silence of the Sleep, molds a story out of depression and suicide ideation. It captures the essence of this plight—the darkly comedic worldview, the powerlessness and … Continue reading

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