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Brian Rosenberger
Brian Rosenberger lives in a cellar in Marietta, GA and writes by the light of captured fireflies. He is the author of As the Worm Turns, a collection of short stories, and three poetry collections - Poems that go SPLAT, And For My Next Trick and Scream For Me. His writing has appeared in... show more



Brian Rosenberger lives in a cellar in Marietta, GA and writes by the light of captured fireflies. He is the author of As the Worm Turns, a collection of short stories, and three poetry collections - Poems that go SPLAT, And For My Next Trick and Scream For Me. His writing has appeared in numerous print and online magazines and anthologies.

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Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it 1 year ago
Collection of short stories, poems, interviews and reviews. Quite a good start to the series which had a couple of stand outs, most of the stories were good but I had no interest in the interviews with John Skipp, Alan Robert and William Ollie. My favourite stories: The Dead March - Brian Rappatta...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
*I received a review audio copy of this work from the narrator in exchange for an honest review. When searching for something that I want to read or listen to, I am not sure what it says about me that I see the title “Stiff Things: The Splatterporn Anthology” and am instantly thinking to myself “Hey...
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it 8 years ago
A mix of stories that gives shocks, tears and laughter. Here are the ones that stood out for me.T.L. Morganfield's Music Box the rated R version of Toy Story. Snowflake the stitched up bear has seen better days but he is the toy bully. "An eye for an eye"Mulligan Stew by Brian Rosenberger a short po...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 9 years ago
The only reason this is being shelved under ick-attack is that the story about the werewolf at the club was good. Every all one was horrible.
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it 9 years ago
Please see my in-depth review at Casual Debris.The publication is quite diverse in content (featuring interviews and reviews) and in the style of its fiction. The overall fiction seems to prefer some element of fantasy, and all but two stories function on the basis of a strong fantastical element. D...
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