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Weirdbook Annual #1: Witches Paperback – October 3, 2017
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Multi-talented editor of Weirdbook Doug Draa has always been a stanch supporter of poems, not to mention, outstanding material in the field of today's label of "Weird"...heck, Draa put himself on the line with this anniversary issue by getting more poetry/verses into the issue than originally allowed for it! Publisher/Executive Editor John Gregory Betancourt and Consulting Editor W. Paul Ganley have also been a shining light of Literature unwavering from years ago to its current manifestation - this duo's work of blood, sweat, and labors of Love are truly appreciated indeed smile emoticon:)
Speaking of labors, the work of true craftpesonship in every issue by Steve Coupe should not be over-looked as each and every issue of Weirdbook has physically been impressive and this huge volume for the anniversary release is simply awesome! Among others, all those who have had poems/verses included in this zines owe a fantastic debt to Steve as his lay out for each & all have been most appropriate and stunning indeed visually and as a very professional manner of presentations for each, not merely a group paste and such for the usual step-child of such publications!
This anniversary issue contains the finest in what can be truly called Poets/Poems that are far from being niche material to the best of talented mechcanical versifers as H. P. Lovecraft basically refered to himself! S.L. Edwards' "The Witch-Queen," David F. Daumit's "The Ballad of Blighted Marsh," and Chad Hensley's "Little Youkai at the Witch House" are fantastic examples of what CAS felt was the best in poetry's goals - being Imaginative Poetry & was the sign of true Poets indeed! smile emoticon:)
Too often, the women in such a field, especially today, are often overlooked for their outstanding gifts and additions to Literature,,, much less the "weird" field...but this anniversary issue has some of the most impressive ones out there practicing the craft in such superior style, not simply relying on way over-used themes and subject matter & forms! "Salty," by the gifted Lucy A. Snyder, " "A Witche's Work is Never Done," by Lori R. Lopez is one of the most originally clever of such tales, and "A Warlock Slips Into My Dreams," by Darla Klein is so right on to bring this volume to a "conclusion"!
"Witches" is something that will just keep on giving for years to come and most certainly well worth ones hard earned cash indeed! As Editor Draa well puts its in his opening editorial, ""You can rest assured that each and every contributor is a master/mistress of the strange, the bizarre, the frightening, and lastly, the ENTERTAINING!"