Month: February 2013

The Morels by Christopher Hacker

The Soho press catalog came my way and aside from all the crime fiction, there was this interesting book about a writer/artist, his family, and how fucked up things get when a certain “novel” is published.…

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When We Fell in Love – Lane Heymont

Lane Heymont is the author of The Freedman and The Pharaoh’s Staff (Sunbury Press/February 2013). Inspired by Frederick Douglass and the slave narratives passed down by his parents as well as stories of the Holocaust, Heymont explores the damaging effects of racism in past, present and future, but that also addresses the lack of minority and mixed race characters in the fantasy genre by introducing a diverse palette of characters torn between encrusted beliefs and the healing power of unity when we rise beyond prejudice to fight for freedom, equality, and human dignity against all odds.…

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