Brockville Books & Literature | Brockville Recorder & Times
Calgary writer Mike Thorn finds the horror within for collection of subgenre-hopping short stories
In the introduction to Calgary writer Mike Thorn’s short-story collection, Darkest Hours: Expanded Edition, American horror aficionado Sadie Hartmann offers a list of the complex subgenres found inside.
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