Review: Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke

A collection of short stories in which the characters are contrived and unrealistic, they conform around the predictable point of each story which is composed of a lukewarm combination stew of social justice sensibilities. The endings are inconclusive, not in the way that makes the reader think but just in the way that makes the … Continue reading Review: Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke

Triptycution — new book

I am publishing a new novella. Triptycution is a portmanteau of triptych and execution. As such we have three-part novella on the phenomena of execution, the fear of those inflicted with it and of those dread beings who commit it. The question of suffering has been the most asked in history, but what of those … Continue reading Triptycution — new book