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by Tom Piccirilli

Author: Tom Piccirilli
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Pubns; 1st Edition edition (2004)
Pages: 352 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.9
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The Devil's Wine book. Tom Piccirilli (e., The Devil's Wine (Cemetery Dance Publications, 2004). Multiple-author collections of poetry tend to be of varying quality

The Devil's Wine book. Poetry is the devil's wine  . Multiple-author collections of poetry tend to be of varying quality. Combine that with the idea that if you limit the type of contributor to a given volume the overall output is going to be weaker than if you opened it up to the entire world, then you've lowered the bar pretty far in most cases. The Devil's Wine is a collection of poetry written by horror authors, and it epitomizes this idea.

Thomas Piccirilli (May 27, 1965 – July 11, 2015) was an American novelist and short story writer. Piccirilli sold over 150 stories in the mystery, thriller, horror, erotica, and science fiction fields. Piccirilli was a two-time winner of the International Thriller Writers Award for "Best Paperback Original" (2008, 2010). He is a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award

Chase is a performance poet with a history of mental illness who's spent time in jail and hospitals while trying to deal with traumas from his past.

He's nameless, faceless, and has nothing left to lose-and now he has a gun. Alone except for his beloved bulldog, Churchill, a despondent man who's failed at his career, his marriage, and his own simple hopes makes his way across the fierce American landscape and the spectacle of his own bitter past. Chase is a performance poet with a history of mental illness who's spent time in jail and hospitals while trying to deal with traumas from his past. A cult figure in New York City, he's as well known for his mania as he is for his poetry.

Synopsis: Anthology of poetry by various authors.

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lt;< Previous bookNext book . The Devil's Wine. The poetry found within THE DEVIL'S WINE is deeply moving, affecting, and deals with the human condition in a way that only those who've danced along the edge of the abyss are capable of understanding. One of the contributors, Jay Bonansinga, calls THE DEVIL'S WINE "a unique compendium of thriller writers moonlighting in the world of dark verse" and that's about the best description we've heard yet. Similar books by other authors. Secret Windows Stephen King. Stephen King Goes To The Movies Stephen King.

Tom Piccirilli brings us a suspense story for our current struggling times, taken directly from a broken heart. Chase is a performance poet with a history of mental illness who's spent time in jail and hospitals while trying to deal with traumas from his past

Tom Piccirilli brings us a suspense story for our current struggling times, taken directly from a broken heart. It is full of realism, grit, and a depth of the dark streets that give voice to the fears most of us can barely imagine. The terror of loss, the overwhelming dread of failure, the desperate push towards crime, the horror of missed-out, mediocre dreams. And the all-too-average explosive rage.

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"Poetry is the devil's wine." -- St. Augustine

THE DEVIL'S WINE features contributions from Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Graham Masterton, Charles De Lint, Jack Ketchum, Joe Haldeman, Michael Bishop, Jack Cady, Steve Rasnic Tem, Melanie Tem, Peter Crowther, TM Wright, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Elizabeth Massie, Jay Bonansinga, and Tamara Thorne.

The Cemetery Dance hardcover is the only edition for this title, and many of the nearly 200 poems have never appeared anywhere else. Stephen King's amazing contributions were originally published in small venues during his college years and these publications now resell for thousands of dollars due to their scarcity. The King poems haven't seen print in over 30 years--this is the only time they have ever been reprinted!

The poetry found within THE DEVIL'S WINE is deeply moving, affecting, and deals with the human condition in a way that only those who've danced along the edge of the abyss are capable of understanding. One of the contributors, Jay Bonansinga, calls THE DEVIL'S WINE "a unique compendium of thriller writers moonlighting in the world of dark verse" and that's about the best description we've heard yet.