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Where thy Dark Eye Glances: Queering Edgar Allan Poe Paperback – July 15, 2013
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Editor Steve Berman has been a three-time finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. His favorite Poe story would have to be ''The Cask of Amontillado.''
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Some of the stories suffer from overly long paragraphs (which classic literature is often full of) and are often more description than dialogue, making the book something you must devote time to rather than something you can read passingly during your day breaks. Poetry is also included in the collection and though I’ve never been one for poetry, I gave them a chance and found them not only readable, but understandable and enjoyable… which may sound patronizing to any poets reading, but in reality that’s a lot coming from someone who often stares at stanzas in nothing but confusion.
Overall it was a great collection of tales. Particular favorites were (based on Usher) The House of the Resonate Heart by L.A. Fields and (based on Hop-Frog) The Lord’s Great Jest by Satyrus Phil Bucato.