qWe live in a haunted world, q says co-editor Joseph Nacino. And who doesn't love scary stories? Whether we admit it or not, being scared sh*tless is an experience like no other. But these aren't your tacky, run-of-the-mill tales told by the campfire, or at sleepovers qwith a flashlight in your face and your [blanket] over your head.q Noathese stories take the things that go bump in the night, and twist them qto fit nicely into their niches within the strange East-meets West collective psyche of the Filipinos.q Moreover, these are tales of the unknownaand what is scarier than the unknowable?His pillow, his bed, his sheets. The paint, the wallpaper, the curtains, the tiling ofthefloor. A bit of color burst throughhere and there: the woodenfurniture gleamed a reflective, lacqueredbrown; the flowers, delivered fresh everymorning, couldnothelp themselves butbe yellow, peach, blue, and their stemsand leaves a deep, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Demons of the New Year|
|Author||:||Karl R. De Mesa, Joseph F. Nacino|
|Publisher||:||Flipside Publishing -|