Jan 14, 2015
Vol. 1 Brooklyn says
"Whether he's describing a grandmother who gets pulled into a watery grave by an almost mythological fish or telling the creepy story of a creature that wouldn't be out of place in an H.P. Lovecraft story, Pierce constantly pulls together concepts from the outmost edges of outré fiction and the kind of unassumingly profound storytelling that made authors like Flannery O'Connor and George Singleton household names."
And Beach Sloth says
“Black humor has never been darker than this; this is the absolute pitch black of humor."
Monologue topics: war, war on terror, word usage, Charlie Hebdo, terrorism.