October 22, 2013

REFTA reviewed in the Supreme section. Thanks, Philstar!


“It’s easy to slide into pulp territory given the slippery nature of these matters (indeed, two of the essays in the book are written in attention-grabbing tabloid vernacular) but De Mesa wraps them all up in crystalline prose while still thrumming with the eerie spirit of the weird and the occult. . .

“See, unlike the coup of characters that wade in the charm of fantasia, ghouls, bloodsuckers and flesh-eating manifestations of fear can only drive us to face the monsters that we harbor within ourselves.”

~ from the review by Don Jaucian

Red the review over at PHILSTAR’s Supreme section.


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