The Blood Poetry by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez

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Is Epstein a despicable man? He's certainly trying desperately at something. When his wife disappears he's frantic to talk to his daughter. But what can he tell her? There must be a reason and he's all but sure about the gruesome answer. Can he protect Sylvia from the truth, from her terrible lineage and, ultimately, from himself? Off-beat and sordid, THE BLOOD POETRY is a twisted, yet honest look at our desire to connect with others and the ways in which we are often stymied by our own efforts to get closer. Epstein is a curious mix of monster and romantic struggling to maintain a shred of dignity in his dingy, beat down world.

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Published August 7, 2012 by Raw Dog Screaming Press. 216 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Epstein spends his time indoors, watching TV shows about mass murderers and thinking about Sylvia's "adorable breasts."

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Leland Pitts-Gonzalez 12 Feb 2014

From online magazine -- reviewed by Gabino Iglesias

Written by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez
2012, 216 p...

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