Creative Horror by Michael Arnzen

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Halloween Readings at SfPoetry.com
Catgut by Volker Neumann

My new spoken word rendition of “Katzen Clavier” — with bass and drum accompaniment — just went live on the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s “Halloween Readings” page. Curated by special guest Stephanie Wytovich, there are lots of fun readings on the site this year, including work by Marge Simon, Sara Tantlinger, Symantha Reagor, Maria Alexander…

Storytelling and Other Fall Events
ArnzAtRileys

All sorts of readings and book signings are in the works for both the Halloween season and the year to come! First up is a return to Riley’s Pour House (215 East Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106) — a great Irish pub with excellent food and a great spirit (in every sense of the word)…

The Nature of Horror: Horror is a Church…
Horror

The message above was my overwrought response to a question posed on the Science Fiction Poetry Association‘s mailing list, that asked: “Is horror a genre or an attribute of literature?” It’s heavy-handed, but that’s kind of why I like it, so I turned it into a notegraphy post. [I’ve been using Notegraphy with students in…

The Goreletter 9.3 Mailed
"Skull Clusters" - Get the wallpaper sized image on flickr

The Goreletter Vol. 9, #3 was delivered to mailing list subscribers on 6/13/14 @ 11:00pm est. It contains extra entertainment/material not available here on the weblog version, including a “scratch and dent” sale item exclusive to subscribers, new creative writing, a photo from WHC 1996, and even a sequel to the infamous poem, Fuzzy Bunnies.…

The Gorelets Omnibus. Cover for The Gorelets Omnibus
Ten Years in the Making...all right here at gorelets.com

"Bored with sleeping? Read this book at night. Michael Arnzen's poems are absolutely terrifying. His writing makes me uncomfortable for all the right reasons. If you enjoy the things that go bump in the night, Arnzen's poems might change your mind. Arnzen is disturbingly, madly, brilliant and I pray for those close to him." —Ryan Mecum, author of Zombie Haiku and Dawn of Zombie Haiku.

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