Rich Ristow, editor of Death in Common: Poems from Unlikely Victims (Needfire) and author of Wood Life: A Poem (Snuff Books), brings us four new poems of violent death and its victims.
He’ll take you on a disturbing journey through the minds of both the killers and the victims, and the thirst for vengeance in the eyes of both.
For those familiar with Rich Ristow’s work, this will be a treat worth savoring, and newcomers will find this a fascinating introduction to heart-pounding horror poetry.
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Table of Contents:
Prologue and Acknowledgements
Men of Dirt and Dust
To Be Bandersnatched
The End Without a Hero: A Triptych
In Contempt of Sleep
About the Poet
Listen to “To Be Bandersnatched” read by Rich Ristow: