Hallowed Ground

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HALLOWED GROUND is a collection of Gothic and Lovecraftian short stories, poems, and essays set in idyllic Minnesota frontier towns, remote Irish fishing villages, a city carved from a decaying giant's corpse, and other vistas both familiar and foreign. It's like Lovecraft but without the racism, or Bram Stoker but with a sense of humor. More
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About Greg Meyer

Greg Meyer was born in Minnesota, raised in Minnesota, and will most likely die in Minnesota. From an early age, Greg was fascinated by books and by eleven years old he was single-handedly responsible for 42% of withdrawals from the local library. Inspired by Christopher Paolini’s Eragon, Greg decided he could do just as good a job of writing an epic-fantasy riff on Star Wars and the Hero’s Journey. That was not the case. But from then on, Greg was hooked. He’s written fiction ever since. After a short stint in technical school, Greg wound up with a Bachelor’s in English from Gustavus Adolphus College. While at Gustavus, Greg was repeatedly published in Firethorne, the college literary magazine. This encouraged him to submit to the New Yorker. He still awaits any response.

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Clinton A. Seeber reviewed on Jan. 17, 2019

I see some potential here, but this really isn't all that good. It's about average. This is a smart enough fellow with a big vocabulary - but he fails to capture the spirit and essence of those authors that he is obviously attempting to emulate.
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