A second blurb for Death in Common!

Here’s the first, in case you missed it.

And now there’s another one:

For the connoisseur of the morbid, opening Death in Common will be akin to sorting through a delightfully gore-soaked Whitman’s Sampler of sweetmeats, discovering wicked flavors with each new bite. From Rich Ristow’s fascinatingly ghoulish concept spills a full cornucopia of horrors, from Marge Simon’s dark elegance to the gruesome poetic justice of Wrath James White, from Kurt Newton’s blood-black comedy to Christopher Conlon’s unsettling poignancy, from Louise Bohmer’s sensual brutality to the beautiful despair of Barry Napier’s finale.

Mike Allen, three-time Rhysling Award winner and editor of Mythic Delirium

That’s awesome!  Again, I’m very proud to have a poem included in this.

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