Katy E. Nairn
Spanning genre and subject matter, the panel centered around three recently released novels that include romantic subplots subverted by family, forbidden love, and coming of age struggles: “Teach the Torches to Burn,” “The Other Side of Infinity,” and “Sing Me To Sleep.”
While the personalities mentioned in Hongoltz-Hetling’s non-fiction work may sound outrageous, they set the stage for an examination of a preposterous yet very real danger to American healthcare — quack medicine.
Gorillaz succeeds in presenting innovative choices and collaborations that align with previous fan-favorite motifs without feeling derivative.
Each wild and unpredictable moment is steeped in Burton’s signature style. Yet, the series’ true success lies with the jaunty, offbeat coming-of-age story that rises from the chaos.
Aptly held in the waning days of this spooky season, the awards recognize outstanding achievement in horror, the dark fantastic, and psychological suspense in six literary categories.