The writer Harry Crews died recently, leaving a legacy of some of the weirdest fiction (and a memoir) you’ve probably never read. Although he wrote in the tradition of Flannery O’Connor and Hunter S. Thompson he never achieved their level...
Adrian Van Young, whose fiction wades in traditions formed by writers like Cormac McCarthy, Flannery O'Connor, and Edgar Allan Poe, explores horror, terror, and the supernatural in new and unexpected ways. Read Post
"I never believe nothing unless I got the money." — Flannery O'Connor, April 1952 American novelist Flannery O'Connor was real about getting paid. In The Habit of Being, a book of her letters, she writes about theology, literary the... Read Post