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HSTQ: Winter 2021

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horror, adj. inspiring or creating loathing, aversion, etc.

sleaze, adj. contemptibly low, mean, or disreputable

trash, n. literary or artistic material of poor or inferior quality

Welcome to HST Quarterly, the curated collection from Horror, Sleaze and Trash.
ebook, 28 pages
Published January 2021 by Horror, Sleaze and Trash
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Janie C.
Jan 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This is an exceptional issue of HSTQ, evoking the cryptic, the magnetic, the desperate, the bitter, the ironic, and the teardrop of hope that reflects the times we are living in. Kudos to Robert Beveridge, C.L. Liedekev, Niklas Stephenson, David Estringel, Mendes Biondo and all the fine contributors to this strong edition. It's a winner. ...more
Dave Newman
Jan 06, 2021 rated it it was amazing
HSTQ is always a lot of fun but this issue was really great. The poem "Towhead" by Jon Bennett was absolutely amazing and heartbreaking. If you love poetry on the edge, get a copy. ...more
Alexandre Alphonse
Jan 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: xxi, usa, poetry, literature, women
Write About Your Favorite Color, by Tia Mitsinikos, was my favourite one.
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
Once more, an awesome issue. Great poets among whom Jon Bennet and Robert Beveridge.
Samir Karimo
Jan 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
a very nice book with very nice poetry with different kinds of themes , congrats
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