EMBRACE OF THE INTERNET WITCH: Poems Of Dark Wonder
by Mark McLaughlin
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The poems in EMBRACE OF THE INTERNET WITCH cover a wide range of dark fantasy and horror themes, including mythical creatures, strange love, dark magic, and bizarre twists of fate. Mark McLaughlin’s fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared worldwide in hundreds of magazines, newspapers, websites, and anthologies.
McLaughlin’s books include the novels, HUMAN DOLL, THE HELL NEXT DOOR, and INJECTABLES. He is also the author of CRUSHED VELVET: POEMS OF HORROR & BEAUTY. Mark was one of the authors of THE GOSSAMER EYE, a collection that won the 2002 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Poetry category. His 2002 poetry collection, PROFESSOR LaGUNGO’S EXOTIC ARTIFACTS & ASSORTED MYSTIC COLLECTIBLES was a nominee for the 2003 Stoker Poetry Award.
Poems collected in EMBRACE OF THE INTERNET WITCH include the following, as well as many more: “The Further Adventures Of Lizzie Borden,” “The Murdermobile,” “Poetry & Discipline,” “Lord Of The Canals,” “Ancient Egyptian Home Shopping Network,” “Pop-Up Grimoire,” “Ten Things To Feed An Infant Zombie, Should You Find Yourself Having To Care For One,” “Strange Survivals: A Mythos Update,” “Summer Blockbuster,” “Addressing The Global Symposium On Spontaneous Combustion,” “After Valiant Perseus Snicked Off Medusa’s Head,” “A Spell To Reverse An Unfortunate Turn Of Events,” and “Embrace Of The Internet Witch.”