Weird Fiction Review Interview

That’s a mouthful of a subject line, yes? No worries, though. In the actual interview, there’s zero internal rhyme. Unless that’s specifically what you’re looking for. In which situation there’s little to no rhyme at that particular station. Though there will be a lot of fashion.

And now my brain seriously hurts, trying to think of rhyme-words. It’s not my first calling. It’s not even my last resort. It’s more like my least likely (meaning, I’m sure, ‘most likely’) dungeon.

So, click here to go there. I mean, I talk about Weekly Word News, yeah? I’ve always been under the impression that anything about WWN is automatically pretty decent.

  • art for anatomists

    Interesting interview!
    And what you said about Laird Barron, his stories digging into your brain, that’s the exact feeling I also got! He’s got that Lovecraft thing, giving you a short look through the keyhole and you just need to know more, even if it drives you insane.
    Not that your stories aren’t just as terrifying, but in a different way.
    Ah, sorry if my rambling doesn’t make much sense.