In his introduction to Scott Edelman’s tightly woven novella “The Hunger of Empty Vessels,” Gene O’Neill comments that Edelman’s writing “transcends genre.” What does that mean? Put simply, it’s not the supernatural elements of this darkly poetic tale that will haunt your dreams after you finish reading — it’s Edelman’s brutally honest look at the human knack for making a horror of one’s own life — and those of the ones we love.
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While I was making breakfast this morning, the doorbell rang. I rushed downstairs to see what the postal carrier had brought me… and I was excited to discover that it was my autographed copy of The Hunger of Empty Vessels by Scott Edelman:
I am looking forward to reading this novella in the next week or two and sharing my thoughts afterward…