Fated, Faithful, Fatal: Ranking and Reviewing 25 Years of Marilyn Manson

“Twenty-five years ago, Marilyn Manson released his debut album Portrait of an American Family. Ten albums and multiple band changes later, his catalogue presents an extensive, medium-crossing statement on a culture he both reviles and embodies. Manson’s oeuvre presents a messy, self-contradicting statement, bound up in its creator’s narcissism and his uniquely Ouroboros-like relationship to the popular American landscape.”

Read the full article in Vague Visages.

 

Darkest Hours author Mike Thorn talks to Josiah Morgan about writing, genre and influences

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Josiah Morgan and I have been online acquaintances for several years, bonding initially over our mutual passion for film. I recently read his debut poetry collection Inside the Castle and was stunned by its formal sophistication, thematic complexity and breadth of reference. I sent him a message asking if he would like to publish a chat with me about writing, genre and influences and he kindly agreed.

Our conversation is now available to read on Kendall Reviews.

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