Peel Back and See reviewed on Final Women: Horror from a Woman’s Perspective
“While his first collection was great fun, this one shows his growth as a writer, and I feel like a lot of these stories are going to stick with me for a long time. If you haven’t read Thorn’s work this is the perfect place to jump on. I can’t wait to read what he writes next.”
Read the full review on Final Women: Horror from a Woman’s Perspective.
Dissolved Boundaries: Kathe Koja and Mike Thorn in Cinematic Dialogue
To celebrate the release of Dark Factory, Mike Thorn and Kathe Koja sat down to discuss cinema, literature, the creative process and more.
The Fiddlehead: Mike Thorn Reviews David Folster’s Discovering the Movies in New Brunswick
“David Folster’s posthumously published Discovering the Movies in New Brunswick offers a journalistic and intentionally wandering study of its title province’s cinematic history. Spanning the late nineteenth to early twenty-first centuries, the book comprises a dense collection of esoterica, six-degrees-of-separation links, margin notes, and coincidences, all centered in a locale not customarily associated with film history (the province of New Brunswick).”