James Morrow explores ideas with visionary audacity and a satirical (yet nonetheless disturbing) bent perhaps unequaled since Philip José Farmer’s Riverworld series—as if directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. Read my review of James Morrow’s new novella here. Or else. . . . AdvertisementsRead more "Review of The Asylum of Dr. Caligari by James Morrow"
what if i got down on my knees? Tony Rauch Whistling Shade Press 204 pages (paperback) Review by William Grabowski [for The Toronto Review of Books] After assessing a few of Tony Rauch’s previous works, such as i’m right here (Spout Press, 1998), laredo, and eyeballs growing all over me . . . again (Eraserhead […]Read more "what if i got down on my knees? by Tony Rauch"
Detritus in Love Mercedes M. Yardley and John Boden Omnium Gatherum, eBook October 3, 2016 Review by William Grabowski [first published on horror review-dot-com for 2 May 2017] It might be a case of projecting inner disappointment onto the world, but over the past months I’ve found very few books that, on an emotional level, […]Read more "Review of Detritus in Love by Mercedes M. Yardley and John Boden"