Announcement of launch of mine and Stephanie Ellis’ new indie horror press, Black Angel today on Kendall Reviews… — alysonfayewordpress

What a great way to showcase important voices! I applaud this endeavor.

The Narrow Edge

http://kendallreviews.com/graveyard-shift-to-announce-a-brand-new-indie-horror-press-to-publish-and-promote-women-alyson-faye-is-this-weeks-warden/ Black Angel Press will be headed by Alyson Faye and Stephanie Ellis. The aim is to publish more women – and those who identify as women. As well as publication, it will be a forum for women to connect, to advise and to promote the sisterhood. There will be features/articles focussing on the writing/submitting/publishing […]

Announcement of launch of mine and Stephanie Ellis’ new indie horror press, Black Angel today on Kendall Reviews… — alysonfayewordpress

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The Patch Somatic

When art, science, and technological advancement took a back seat to profit, consumerism, and ill-conceived economics. (Where it all went wrong) A handful of the fortunate and fortune obsessed, oversee the entirety of the machine of society, ensuring that, above all, the rest of us continue to feed the machine. The machine that, without us, would [...]

Newton’s 3rd Law of Feral Munitions

The realization of guilt or the materialization of recourse, where feelings, logic, and reality intersect and disagree, you’ll find sadness and anger. In this place, only one emotion truly exists, the other is a fabricated means of self-defense and only begets more of the other. We are a terrified nation of helpless and hopeless. We [...]

We Will Be Fooled Again

We dismiss the contrarian. We ridicule the eccentric purist. We hold strong to our first instinct and our entitlements. Our thoughts are beyond reproach. And we are wrong on every account. We can be fooled. We will be fooled, time and again. We need more than ever to reconsider, to accept our folly, to consider [...]

Humanity Graded on a Curve

This is how we justify our atrocities. This is how we shape our culture. This is how we got here. This is why we are responsible for these desperate times. This is why we are sad, angry, and lost.

Joseph D. Newcomer

At our absolute worst, we consistently allow our need for personal satisfaction and comfort to precede those same needs in others, from the nameless and faceless, to those with whom we are personally invested. At our best, we do the same, just a little less often, and, in some cases, we feel the regret for our self-involved nature. We judge others on the extent to which they are affected in relation to ourselves. While knowing we are creatures capable of what the worst of us have done should compel the more understanding and giving recesses of our minds to prevail, it instead entitles us to excuse ourselves of the lesser tragedies we shape.   

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