The Haunted Heart and Other Tales

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The Haunted Heart and Other Tales

The Haunted Heart and Other Tales Twelve stories of gay men and the memories that haunt them Jameson Currier modernizes the traditional ghost story with gay lovers loners activists and addicts blending history and contemporary iss

  • Title: The Haunted Heart and Other Tales
  • Author: Jameson Currier
  • ISBN: 9780983285199
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twelve stories of gay men and the memories that haunt them.Jameson Currier modernizes the traditional ghost story with gay lovers, loners, activists, and addicts, blending history and contemporary issues of the gay community with the unexpected of the supernatural.

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    1. Kassa on said:

      "The Haunted Heart and Other Tales" is a collection of twelve short stories, some previously published and others never before published. Each of these stories revolves around gay men and relevant issues they face in their lives from abuse to love to death. In each story there is an element of supernatural, intrigue, and ghost stories told in entertaining fashion. Often the stories are creepy but they all manage to deliver an interesting story without blood and gore. These are ghost stories in t [...]

    2. Paul Jr. on said:

      The Haunted Heart and Other Tales is not your typical single-author ghost-story anthology. That's to say that it isn't your typical ghost-story anthology of today. This collection harkens back to days of "gentler" ghost-stories, the type of ghost stories that I grew up on. In fact, as I was reading this, the style reminded me very much of Ambrose Bierce crossed with the old Alfred Hitchcock magazine stories. (Interestingly, going back and reading the foreword and afterword, these appear to be so [...]

    3. Vince Liaguno on said:

      Jameson Currier knows horror. So why, then, doesn’t horror yet know Jameson Currier? One of among a handful of pioneering writers who chronicled the impact of AIDS on an entire generation of gay men, Currier lived through and witnessed, first-hand, the ravages of an epidemiologic nightmare. With his landmark novel Where the Rainbow Ends and three subsequent short story collections, he brought humanity to the inhumanness of the AIDS crisis and those victimized by both the disease and a world sl [...]

    4. Sean Meriwether on said:

      Jameson Currier is a story teller who weaves his tale around you until you genuinely care about the characters. He has the ability to capture dialogue with an almost journalistic objectivity; this places you in the scene as an eavesdropper, making you part of the story. He is one of the few writers who can be equally literary, erotic, dramatic and damn funny, sometimes all in the same sentence. His collection of ghost stories, The Haunted Heart, allows him to showcase these abilities in original [...]

    5. Jeannie Sloan on said:

      Spectacular ghost stories. This is one of my favorite of all time books of ghost stories and I have read many.

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