The Miskatonic Review: “The Undertow, and They That Dwell Therein”

A contemplative analysis of my short story, “The Undertow, and They That Dwell Therein” (the second story in The Skeleton Melodies), has drifted to the surface at The Miskatonic Review, courtesy of The Bibliothecar.

Review: Sublime Horror Dissects THE SKELETON MELODIES

A new review of The Skeleton Melodies is up at the always impressive Sublime Horror. “The Skeleton Melodies by Clint Smith review – a study in the uncanny and an experiment in half-forgotten memories” by  Brontë Crawford. “This is a book that’s at once comfortably strange and unnervingly familiar, a study in the uncanny and an experiment in half-forgotten memories where even nostalgia can be a catalyst for fear.”

The Skeleton Melodies by Clint Smith review – a study in the uncanny and an experiment in half-forgotten memories