A second early review of A Feast of Sorrows: Stories!
“A Feast of Sorrows assembles fourteen stories, two originals and twelve reprints, which provide a fascinating showcase of Slatter’s extraordinary talent as a gifted storyteller and a devoted scholar of the mysteries of human soul.”
Thanks, Mario Guslandi at HellNotes!
And this on The Tallow-Wife novella in the collection: “Part of a forthcoming new collection, “The Tallow-Wife” is a remarkable narrative tour de force — it’s a dark comedy portraying the downfall of a family, some members of which hide unspeakable secrets.”
The rest is here.