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SilentChaz
Oct 5, 2011


StrixNebulosa posted:

Okay, Paperbacks From Hell is a great book, but I'm getting annoyed at how every other book I look up from it is like 40-50$ if I want to own a paperback copy. Would some publisher please get on reprinting these things!

Grady Hendrix, who wrote Paperbacks From Hell is working with Valancourt Books to reissue some of the titles.

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SilentChaz
Oct 5, 2011


C2C - 2.0 posted:

Speaking of women authors, any Poppy Z Brite recos?

Read Calcutta, Lord Of Nerves many moons ago and absolutely loved the story.

Poppy came out as trans and now identifies as Billy Martin.

He only wrote three horror novels (four, if you count The Crow tie-in novel) and a few short story collections.

Lost Souls was his first novel, which is about vampires (that aren't like other vampires). I liked it as a dumb teen, but haven't re-read it in years.

Drawing Blood is a haunted house novel that's also a gay romance. Probably my favorite, even if the internet stuff in it dates it.

Exquisite Corpse is about two serial killers meeting and falling in love. One of them is a cannibal. On the short side, but good.

I don't remember The Crow tie-in novel that well, other than it not being great.

Of the short story collections I've read, I prefer Wormwood over Are You Loathsome Tonight?

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