Results of the Bram Stoker Award in the year 2006.
Bruce Boston’s poetry collection contains 37 works, including the winner of the 2005 Asimov’s Readers’Award, “Heavy Weather”, and five poems that are appearing for the first time anywhere. Boston’s powerful, sweeping creations are enhanced by black and white illustrations by the award-winning Marge Simon.
A collection of poetry filled with mythical creatures—fairies, dragons, witches—and rich imagery.
Welcome to one of the meatiest collections of grizzly, grotey, bizarro poetry you’ll come across. In other words, “the good stuff.” The stuff you like to read. The guilty pleasure stuff that’s hard to come by. Not the stuff you used to read from your lovers or childhood heroes, or the stuff you were made to read by your teachers or parents. The stuff you genuinely like to spend time with, musing and mulling and mashing. The stuff that makes you guffaw with laughter and want to read out loud to other unsuspecting people.
Valentine: Short Love Poems is the latest release by author Corrine De Winter. The short, lyrical passages sometimes reflect the dark side of love, other times the sensual, the beautiful, the soulful, but always the truth.
A member of the Horror Writer’s Association, an organization that includes such luminaries as Stephen King, Clive Barker and Joyce Carol Oates, Corrine De Winter’s collection The Women At The Funeral was the winner of the 2004 Bram Stoker Award, the most prestigious award that a horror genre writer can receive, and was published by Space & Time Press. A new collectionTango In The 9th Circle will be published this year by Dark Regions Press.
De Winter’s poems are a haunting mix of myth, dark sensuality and the sinister leanings of fairy tales. Her poetry has been called “Exquisite” by William Peter Blatty, author of The Exorcist. Widely published in literary magazines, journals…[more]