Here are a few samples:
~ Misquothed ~
Ascribe the mistake to the Devil or
How sound can rebound on unlevel floor.
That talkative bird was simply misheard.
The raven was pagin' a "Neville Moore."
~ The Pall o'er the Pulse of Usher ~
Poor Roderick did as he should!
Interring his sister was good.
Tho' that couldn't crush her,
Sad Madeline Usher,
Inherited properties could.
~ Tender Torture ~
Once money arrives, I will send you some,
Despite my repute as a friend to rum.
I borrow to pay.
In sorrow, I say
That debt is a pit and a pendulum.
|Publisher:||Brom Bones Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
Prasil also edits anthologies. Spectral Edition: Ghost Reports from U.S. Newspapers, 1865-1917 features 150 actual newspaper reports about haunted houses, haunted roads, haunted people, and more. The articles were chosen from Prasil's collection of over 300, all of them published in the United States between the nation's Civil War and its entry into World War One.
If you prefer anthologies of fiction, Prasil edited Those Who Haunt Ghosts: A Century of Ghost Hunter Fiction and Giving Up the Ghosts: Short-Lived Occult Detective Series by Six Renowned Authors, both available from Coachwhip Press.
You'll find information about Prasil's ongoing Spectral Edition project and his upcoming books at his website: brombonesbooks.com.