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Clint Hale
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Writer, blogger, guitarist. Sometimes I sleep.
Writer, blogger, guitarist. Sometimes I sleep.

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REVIEW: Do You Like to Look at Monsters? by Scott Nicolay
“Green
green green…”               In a year of many exceptional releases in the
Horror/Weird Fiction genre, 2015 proved to be especially significant for author
Scott Nicolay. Do You Like to Look at Monsters? , a chapbook from Fedogan and Bremer books, won ...
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REVIEW: The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales 2nd Edition by Jessica Burke and Anthony Burdge
I do not often think of horror as being friendly. And while I've never disputed the fact that horror and comedy are often found on the same spectrum together, I've never seen them appear in equal measure: I am always either laughing hysterically or cringing...
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REVIEW: Ghosts in Amber by Jeffrey Thomas
Micropress  Dim Shores  is rapidly proving itself to be an
integral component in what esteemed author Scott Nicolay has coined the ‘Weird
Renaissance.’ With an eye for quality, and a particular focus on the
heavy-hitters of contemporary Weird Fiction, edito...
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REVIEW: Ghosts in Amber by Jeffrey Thomas
Micropress  Dim Shores  is rapidly proving itself to be an
integral component in what esteemed author Scott Nicolay has coined the ‘Weird
Renaissance.’ With an eye for quality, and a particular focus on the
heavy-hitters of contemporary Weird Fiction, edito...
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Scott Nicolay's The Outer Dark Podcast
"There are weird things out there, my friends." With the release of his debut collection  Ana Kai Tangata , Scott Nicolay has proven himself to be a valuable voice in the weird fiction community. And while others may be content to rest on the laurels of suc...
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REVIEW: Over the Darkening Fields by Scott Thomas
Scott Thomas is my kind of writer. I have a particular fondness for quiet, atmospheric fiction: stories that rely on suggestion instead of an overload of exposition. I enjoy fiction that allows me to participate in the story, to give me the freedom to fill ...
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REVIEW: The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud
“Inside it’s all just worms.” You will not be prepared for this
story. You may think, as I did, that having read  North American Lake Monsters , you'll have an inkling about what to expect from Nathan Ballingrud. But, like
me, you will be wrong in this assu...
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