And No Birds Sing

"Death need not be ugly. Why not make that last one-way journey a pleasant one? After all, the French refer to orgasm as “the little death (le petite mort).” French critic Roland Barthes also used the term to describe the emotional release a reader should have when finishing a great story. I would argue that both meanings apply to these stories. More

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Published by Bob Booth
Words: 14,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301577873
Tags: lamia
About Kathryn Ptacek

Kathryn Ptacek is the wife of the late novelist Charles L. Grant. A prolific writer in several fields she has written seven historical romances (as Kathryn Atwood & Kathleen Maxwell), three fantasy novels (as Kathryn Grant), one satiric creature novel (under the house name Les Simon), and six contemporary horror novels under her own name. Her short story, “Each Night, Each Year” was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award in 1990. She has also edited four anthologies (two horror and two western) featuring women writers. She now lives in New Jersey and edits both the Horror Writers Association Newsletter and the Gila Queen Market Report for horror writers.

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