In this anthology, which should be part of any Poe-lover’s collection, each piece is inspired by one of Poe’s, and they’re grouped as such. If you’re a fan of “The Fall of the House of Usher,” there’s Sorrel Wood’s “De’Atherton House;” if you’re a fan of “The Masque of the Red Death” there’s S.S. Hampton, Sr.’s “The Mumbai Malaise;” if you’re a fan of “The Premature Burial,” there’s Dorian Dawes’ “Loving the Dead.”
You can order your copy of In Poe’s Shadow here: http://amzn.to/InPoesShadow.
The Poe inspired collection will be available at the NEHW table at Rock and Shock (www.rockandshock.com) this weekend and at the Middletown, Connecticut Open Air Market on Oct. 23. Schoonover will be at both events to sign her story.