Tag: David Doody
Marlon James’s John Crow’s Devil is a haunting account of Gibbeah, a remote Jamaican town in the 1950s. James is a gritty writer whose prose can have you squirming in your seat.
If you’re a fan of The Wire then you will want to get yourself the novels of Price and Pelecanos (who write for the show). These novels are as gritty as any episode.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than nonfiction in a poet’s hands.
There’s a lot of talk these days about vampires. Vampire movies, vampire books, vampire sex symbols. Well, you can keep your vampires. I’ll take werewolves over those bloodsuckers any day, thank you very much. And while we’re at it, I’ll take my story about werewolves written in verse, please.