Saturday, August 11, 2012

68. "snake dance"

by Horace P. Sternwall

edited by Dan Leo*

illustrated by roy dismas and konrad kraus

a penmarq studios production

*Associate Professor of Classic Literature, Assistant Morale Advisor, Olney Community College; editor of The Dawn of Dread: 36 Previously Uncollected Tales of Domestic Strife, by Horace P. Sternwall; Olney Community College Press, “The Sternwall Project”.

click here for previous episode, here to begin at the beginning

In a luxurious high-rise apartment not very far from the venerable Hotel St Crispian, the party has wound down to three people: Estelle (known as “the eviscerator”), her husband Peter, and their supposed “friend”, Michael…

{Editor's note: The phrase "hootenanny in Harlem" was "borrowed", quite shamelessly, from the John Waters masterpiece Hairspray (1988).}

click here for chapter 69: "cosima gets down to business"

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