Tag: Sonora Taylor

The One That Got Away by Various

I hope you’re ready for this long-ass review, I touch on every story (all thirty) within this wonderful horror anthology, enjoy! Heavy Metal Coffin by Amira Krista Calvo – a deeply moving story of a pregnant woman and her desire to protect her child against all odds. It centres around a cursed guitar and has

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Best Collection of 2020 by Ross Jeffery

So the best single authored collection of 2020 goes to… Reviewed by Ross Jeffery Unlike many other Arts & Entertainment Magazines, STORGY is not Arts Council funded or subsidised by external grants or contributions. The content we provide takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce, and relies on the talented authors we publish and the

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Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor

Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor is one hell of a creepy offering, one that is full of dread and menace but one which is also intrinsically beautiful in the macabre – this in part is due to the masterful storytelling one comes to expect from Taylor. Given her beautifully crafted vision that was Little Paranoias

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Little Paranoias by Sonora Taylor

Little Paranoias is a short story collection form horror author Sonora Taylor, a collection that is gripping, original and bang on the money for those that prefer the dark slice of horror. What I loved about the collection is that it is a mixture of short stories and flash fiction and this device that is

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