The Oddville Press is a quarterly publication created by a team obsessed with showcasing imaginitive, compelling and evocative work by the most talented and hungry in the creative community.
The issue features artwork by Daniel Forbes, Joe Laguna and Ray Marrero; Poetry by Claire Van Winkle, William Welch, George Kramer, Jim Reynolds, Arlyn LaBelle, Sophia Vesely, Zachary Kluckman, John Grey, Zachary Kluckman, Tohm Bakelas and Timothy Robbins; and short stories by Thomas Bulen Jacobs, Michael Overa, John Mara, Tim Frank, Mark Jacobs, and Mike Hickman.
Bram Stoker Award-winner and Managing Editor of Poetry, Sara Tantlinger, has recently released a collection entitled Cradleland of Parasites. Her collection is described as “a harrowing and darkly gorgeous collection of poetry chronicling the death and devastation of one of history's greatest horrors: The Black Plague.”
Former Managing Editor of Prose, T.J. Tranchell, was surprised shortly before his 41st birthday (which approriately falls on Halloween) with the news that his novel Cry Down Dark was named to the New York Times ‘50 Scares, 50 States’ book list, highlighting the scariest books in every states in the U.S. “Cry Down Dark is a gothic ghost romance story of unrequited—or at least lost—love. Tranchell’s main character is a successful TV writer who never got over his college love. She moved on and married another, but later dies. He buys her childhood home with dreams of reuniting with her postmortem.”