For Saint Patrick’s Day Fear, Ten Irish Monsters; 2016 Rhysling Proof Copy Returned

Another list but this one’s a nice one — with even a couple of lady vampires!  For  “The Scariest Monsters and Demons from Celtic Mythology” by Jane Walsh, carroll-borland-as-spidra-in-mark-of-the-vampire-1365795084_orgcourtesy of Scott M. Goriscak on THE HORROR SOCIETY,  please to peruse IRISHCENTRAL.COM here.

Then a bit of business to round out the day, yesterday brought a proof copy of 2016’s RHYSLING ANTHOLOGY, the collection of finalists for this year’s Science Fiction Poetry Association long and short poetry competition.  My entry here is about a different monster, King Kong, and why his tragic romance with Fay Wray was doomed to failure, originally published in August in GRIEVOUS ANGEL (cf. February 7 2016, September 5 2015, et al.).  Happily I have just reported back that I found no errors.


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