Profundis Somnia: Selected Short Stories and Poetry
By Justin Herndon
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Published: April 23, 2012
Words: 28,692 (approximate)
A sampling of short works by author Justin Herndon.
Styles range from horror inspired by Poe and Lovecraft (such as "Bete Noir") to tales of the absurd ("The Job"). Rounding out the mix is a selection of poetry that ranges from highly classical to thoroughly modern.
"Profundis Somnia" is a sampling of short works by author Justin Herndon.
The styles in this anthology range from horror inspired by Poe and Lovecraft (in stories such as "Bete Noir" and "Folie a Vingt") to tales of the absurd (such as "The Job").
Rounding out the mix is a selection of poetry that crosses several styles and themes. From the highly-classical poem "The Sacred Band" to the thoroughly modern "Indecent" and "Urban Fox."
Justin Herndon's unusual blend of modern and classical styles and themes stands out among contemporary authors.
, cosmic horror
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