Loren Rhoads has a taste for the most breathtaking insights to be found in macabre topics...Her work is at once arresting, haunting, unsettling and gorgeous.
editor of the Noirotica series
Maria Alexander's stories are darkly funny and deliciously addictive.
- Jon Evans,
Arthur Ellis Award-winning author of Dark Places
Mehitobel Wilson is, in fact, the Real Deal, and reading her prose is like getting a red hot wire raked across your tenderest flesh.
- Fangoria Magazine
Christa Faust's voice will haul you outside and kick your ass. And you'll love every minute.
- Michael Marshall,
author of The Intruders
If you've ever been told that dames are into the hearts-and-flowers, caress-my-inner-Goddess brand of eroticism, crack a copy of Sins of the Sirens and take a taste of .44-caliber love and stiletto desire. --ErosZine.com
My first thought in reviewing this book is that there is a level of deeply honest eroticism and fantasy to these stories that you seldom see in fiction. These aren't stories for the faint of heart. They are also not stories men should read if they have to stand up in public. They ARE stories that will stick with you.... this is a very strong, very intense and emotionally charged collection from some of the most talented ladies of darkness working in the horror and speculative fiction fields today. --MacabreInk.com
About the Author
Christa Faust is the author of nine novels, including Control Freak, Triads (with Poppy Z. Brite), Hoodtown and her latest, Money Shot forthcoming from Hard Case Crime.
For ten years, Loren Rhoads was the editor of the cult nonfiction magazine Morbid Curiosity. Before that, she wrote about cemeteries for Gothic.Net. Her fiction has appeared in Cemetery Dance, City Slab, Not One of Us, etc., and in the chapbook Ashes & Rust. She's written erotica for Unzipped, Sex ToyTales,and Noirotica 4, with varying degrees of honesty.
Mehitobel Wilson has been publishing horror fiction since 1999. She is a Bram Stoker Award nominee, and many of her stories have been granted Honorable Mentions in the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror series. Bel's been a dog groomer, an industrial painter, a runway model, a belt worker in a factory, a cigarette girl at a movie theater, an audio/visual technician, a Latin tutor, a truck dispatcher, and a waitress, among other things. She's lived in the backwoods and on the streets. Now she lives (in a house) in the Deep South, prefers Jack, beer, and Marlboros, and inflicts Hong Kong rap music on the unwary.