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Kathy Ferrell

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Kathy Ferrell is the author of several short works of disturbing fiction. Her most recently published stories include "Lantern", "The Boarder", "Assemblage with Soup Can", and her latest story "The Stereoscope" will be coming out October 2014 in the anthology "Tales of Mystery, Suspense and Terror" from Chuffed Buff Books.

A lifelong devotee of the horror genre in art, books and film, she spent her formative years making her parents and teachers uncomfortable with strange drawings and odd poetry. Also an illustrator, her art appears in more than fifty publications, many of them dark.

Happily married and with a son at university, she now works from her decidedly sinister 19th century home. When not creating, she spends her time drinking tea w...more


Average rating: 4.21 · 19 ratings · 4 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
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More of Kathy's books…
“Southern women can say more with a cut of their eyes than a whole debate club’s worth of speeches.”
Allison Glock

“Southern women see no point in the hard way. Life is hard enough. So we add a little sugar to the sour. Which is not to suggest Southern women are disingenuous cream puffs. Quite the opposite. When you are born into a history as loaded as the South’s, when you carry in your bones the incontrovertible knowledge of man’s violence and limitations, daring to stay sweet is about the most radical thing you can do.”
Allison Glock

Richard Adams
“The rabbits became strange in many ways, different from other rabbits. They knew well enough what was happening. But even to themselves they pretended that all was well, for the food was good, they were protected, they had nothing to fear but the one fear; and that struck here and there, never enough at a time to drive them away.They forgot the ways of wild rabbits. They forgot El-ahrairah, for what use had they for tricks and cunning, living in the enemy's warren and paying his price?”
Richard Adams, Watership Down

Richard Adams
“I've always said that Watership Down is not a book for children. I say: it's a book, and anyone who wants to read it can read it.”
Richard Adams

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
“Goodbye," said the fox. "And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry




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