The fifteen stories in this collection revolve around a helpless populace. Lost somewhere between fleeting, disorienting terrors of childhood and the claustrophobic epochs of anxiety which follow. As the days and weeks blankly happen, their little worlds carry the intimacy of a shared heartbreak, lingering like the tremors of a never forgotten bad dream. A kind of subconscious looking glass held to the isolation and disquiet of the modern individual, PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME is a vision of hell both banal and uniquely macabre.
|Publisher:||Patient, Folded Hands|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.74(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months|
About the Author
Jaret Ferratusco (a touring portrait photographer known unilaterally as Corpse On Pumpkin) was born to parents in 1977 in Boston, Massachusetts. Written in pieces across the US, his psychological horror collection "PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME" was first published in 2008. A revised, heavily expanded edition came later, in 2011. Other works include the novel "I GREW UP IN AMALTHEREY HILL" from 2009. He currently lives in Chicago, Illinois with his wife Alexa and her sister Gabby.