Orrin Grey is the author of several spooky books, among them Guignol and Other Sardonic Tales and Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts. His stories about monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have been published in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year.
“The woods are full of regional writers, and it is the great horror of every serious Southern writer that he will become one of them.” ―Flannery O'Connor
The legend who would wake up and write until the cows came home.
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The Pulitzer Prize winner captured the American South in her own way.
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“You can't write well with only the nice parts of your character, and only about nice things. And I don't want even to try anymore. I want to use everything, including hate and envy and lust and fear.” ―Alison Lurie
Learn about this Vietnam War veteran and award-winning American novelist's notable works.
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Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a powerful read.
"Miss Marple is a white-haired old lady with a gentle appealing manner—Miss Wetherby is a mixture of vinegar and gush. Of the two Miss Marple is the more dangerous.”―Agatha Christie
Understand what separates us—and perhaps how we can come together.
Explore the brilliant mind of Umberto Eco.