Stitched Lips – An Anthology of Silenced Voices

Here’s a great review of Stitched Lips, an anthology which includes my story “Aristotle’s Lantern.” I enjoy reviewers who take the time to mention each piece in an anthology, and love that this reviewer goes the extra mile and creates original art for her readings. Enjoy!

Tomes and Tales

Title – Stitched Lips

Editor – Ken MacGregor

Authors – Multiple

Genre – Horror

The book caught my attention with its catchy cover – a simple design that reveals a lot. I also liked how each of the contributing writers is mentioned on the front cover, unlike most anthologies that only feature the editor’s name. I hadn’t heard of any of these writers, except for Lee Murray whose works I’ve read and loved, and was looking forward to reading the book just for Lee.

Stitched Lips turned out to be a pleasant surprise; a phenomenal compilation in every way. As the tagline states, each of the stories are set around the theme of ‘silenced voices’, and I loved how every single writer interpreted the concept and integrated it with their stories.

The anthology starts with Wordeaters, R.L. Meza’s horrifying introductory piece about monsters who devour words. You’re safe as…

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