So let’s talk about The Exorcist. Not the 1973 greatest-horror-movie-of-all-time Exorcist but the Fox television series Exorcist. The Talent The show keeps the general spirit
Television. Not film, as much, but television. I’m a writer who watches television far more than I read books. That’s not to say I neglect
REVIEWED BY SANDY EBNER Brown Bottle by Sheldon Lee Compton | Bottom Dog Publishing, 2016 | ISBN: 978-1-933964-89-8 | 164 pages The beauty of indie publishing
REVIEWED BY ANTONIOS MALTEZOS Where Alligators Sleep: Stories by Sheldon Lee Compton |Foxhead Books, 2014 |ISBN: 978-1-940876-08-5 There are hard drinkers, gamblers and junkies, addicts of
Originally, this post was a gushing love letter extolling some (but not nearly enough) of the virtues of the seven incredible pieces of work that follow.