Adjustment Day by Chuck Palahniuk REVIEW

To cut the surplus male population and prevent an uprising, the United States government plans to reinstate the draft and stage a war in the Middle East where a nuclear strike will wipe out all the soldiers involved. However, they try to…

What You Bring by RG Robertson REVIEW

“I like what I like, and I haven’t seen all that I should have.” Scottish author RG Robertson’s What You Bring is a monograph about the relationship between film and the viewer using his personal experience with the 2011 MMA film Warrior…

Fortune Box by Madeleine Swann REVIEW

“The first parcel arrived at a little flat in the center of the city. Contrary to the postman’s usual practice, when she didn’t answer his ring on the buzzer, he was compelled to buzz someone else and climbed the stairs to leave it at her…

Mountainhead by New Juche REVIEW

Moutainhead is a memoir recounting the time in which the Scottish pseudonymous author lived in the mountains of northern Thailand as an expatriate. He relates his interactions with the local villagers, with the wildlife of the mountain, and…

The Weird by S.C. Burke REVIEW

Disclaimer: S.C. Burke's press, NihilismRevised, has published a story by me in an anthology and will also be publishing a book by me.The stars die. God dies. An arsonist sets fire to the air. A Gunman commits a mass murder, killing his…

High Life by Matthew Stokoe REVIEW

Jack moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of becoming rich and famous. However, things didn’t work out like he expected. He’s stuck in a dead-end job at a doughnut shop and married to a prostitute named Karen who seems to resent him.…