Satire, allegory, horror. The tale transcends history and culture. It acknowledges the ethos of its moment and taps into its audience’s basest instincts, indulgences, and phobias. It preys on curiosity. It builds through humor. It stirs up dread. It allows the zeitgeist to remain a ghost.
Every two months, beginning August 31, 2021, and ending February 28, 2022, David Fishkind will publish a new installment, a new tale of awe and awfulness for our invariably transforming civil climate:
“The House on the Hill in the Country”
“The Slaying at Yesternights”
“The Children of Zoar”
“The Other House on the Hill in the Country”
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