Tales of Titillation and Terror

by Mel D. Ames
Release date: 1996
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: horror, short stories

"No one else in Canada produces fiction like Mel. He writes with a passionate muscularity. Sentences build on themselves, often in staggering abundance, creating an overwhelming avalanche of powerful imagery. Mel has an old-fashioned love of language. His use of it is lush. He loves story, and his plots are often bizarre and the plotting always meticulous."

– Peter Sellers, editor of the Cold Blood Series

updated 2011-05-11

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