Crows N’ Bones & Old Leech


September 24, 2014 by Laird

Crows N’ Bones have published a major review of The Children of Old Leech. Quoting Dimitris Kontogiannis, “I mean we‘ve been Laird’s fans for some years now, but Crows ‘n’ Bones is just a sleazy sex, horror & rock ‘n’ roll webzine.”

In other words, my people.

image courtesy Crows N’ Bones

4 thoughts on “Crows N’ Bones & Old Leech

  1. nickthehat says:

    Great overview of each story and review in general. I’m at the halfway point of this book currently and really digging it, like a grave. which is a hole. in the earth, into the earth. like a yawning maw of dirt, rocks and roots. The acrid scent of bones and mold and something else even deeper, festering…writhing…

  2. Laird says:

    I love those guys! Writhing, squirming, the flashlight batteries are dying…

  3. Jonathan Sprague says:

    The highest praise:

    “Barron has been around for a while now, but is he really the kind of writer whose work is rich and whose voice is distinct enough to warrant a themed anthology- the way that, say, a Moorcock or a Lovecraft does?

    Well, yeah, he is and the range of the material in the collection demonstrates why. Barron’s work encompasses a wealth of literary traditions and his voice bridges effortlessly the fields of the weird, noir and adventure fiction making such genre boundaries obsolete.”

    That about sums it up.

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