Tag: Clive Barker

The Stories Not Told: An Interview with Jay Wilburn

Interview conducted by George Daniel Lea on April 20, 2016. It was my pleasure recently to catch up with Jay Wilburn, a prominent writer in independent horror circles (as well as other arenas), whose work ranges from novels such as Time Eaters and Hollywood Hellmouth to short story collections such […]

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Poppy Z. Brite Returns to Fiction with LAST WISH

Fiction Review: “Last Wish & The Gulf” by Poppy Z. Brite Reviewed by George Lea It’s always somewhat ambiguous, when a writer you’ve admired and been informed by so intimately returns to writing after a long hiatus. In the case of Billy Martin (writing here, as before, as Poppy Z. Brite), […]

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Innocence Unwanted by George Lea

Do you recall being scared as a child? The ostensibly innocuous collusions of image and experience that would, for whatever reason, terrify or distress you in ways that your adult self cannot possibly understand? What scares a child, what distresses a child, can so often be entirely blameless to adult […]

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Review of Mister B. Gone (Clive Barker)

[amazon_link id=”0061562491″ target=”_blank” ]Mister B. Gone[/amazon_link] by Clive Barker Through the years of his publications within the genre, Clive Barker has earned himself the title ‘Master of Horror’. Stephen King himself was once quoted on Barkers book covers “I have seen the future of horror fiction, his name is Clive […]

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