"Every new book by Glen Krisch is a reason to celebrate."
--Kealan Patrick Burke, author of The Turtle Boy and Kin
"Glen Krisch writes with sheer force and raw power–a welcome entry to the horror ranks."
--Scott Nicholson, author of The Red Church
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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Just watched A History of Violence. Wow. Great performances all around. I love William Hurt’s small roles where he just pops up randomly and hits it out of the park and calls it a day. A character story more than … Continue reading
Have you ever created characters and you’re amazed at their chemistry? It’s happening to me now. In Chapter One, a married couple has a terrible fight, then they’re in a car accident and one of them dies. It’s not until … Continue reading
I just printed out a contract for a story I sold to an anthology. Everything looks to be in order. My story “Filth Eater” will debut at the World Horror Convention in March 2007.
Finally completed a pass through the whole mss looking only for clunky usage of “of.” You think this wouldn’t take too long, but my 111,600 manuscript had 5400 instances of “of.” I didn’t change every sentence, but did the search … Continue reading
A person who was a teacher before society’s collapse, talking about the conscription of slave labor to maintain agriculture. “In dire circumstances it often takes uncivil actions to maintain the semblance of civility”