Sotto Voce is an intriguing zine. A new market, Issue One went live last week and I've been picking through the substantial index of offerings for a few days now. I encourage you to read some of the short fiction and poetry here and participate in the voting for the annual print anthology that the magazine will run.
I thought Nannette Croce's "The Foundations of Churchill" was particularly well written. Croce's atmospheric piece is a commentary on the shifting nature of safety and security in America. It's well paced and the narrator is perceptive, if a little ineffectual.
Also, I visited the horror section of the video store today and a question occurred to me: What's the creepiest original score out there in the world of cinema?
How about this one?
I don't care how much they bug me, I won't let our children join a creepy choir...
Or maybe this one?
What about this beauty?
Yeah! Here's another:
Of course, this is maybe the gold standard:
Whoa! Play them all at once and let it rip. That's...well, that's weird.