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Choking Back the Devil by Donna Lynch is an invocation an ancient invitation that summons the darkness within and channels those lonely spirits looking for a host It's a collection that lives in the realm of ghosts and family curses witchcraft and urban legends and if you're brave enough to peek behind the veil the hauntings that permeate these pages will break seals and open doorways cut throats and shatter mirrorsYou see these poem. Horror poetry is a recent discovery for me I didn t know I needed it until I tried it and now I can t live without it All of the many voices I have listened to so far are identifiably individualistic I think that if someone were to give me a blind taste test I could sample a poem with only my ears and my heart and I could tell you who wrote it of course only from the horror poetry artists I ve read beforeDonna Lynch is lyrical yes but she also teeters on the edge of flash fiction and folkloreSome of these poems feel like they could reside in a collection of dark fables there is magic and ageless ualityExampleWhen I was a child I had a little house up the hill from the goatThe serpent lived there in the wall next to the shedI let him be as he stayed uietWe would track mud and dirt into the little houseand the spiders took up housekeeping in the summerOther poems read like disturbing journalsI let the madmen practice on meHow far I can stretchHow deep do I goHow well do I hold up under certain conditionsI think my favorite thing to do is to read a poem two or three times and then meditate on it before moving on to the next one Almost like you need to wipe clean the mess the previous poem left in your mind I enjoyed this collection Lynch writes like these words are attacking her from the inside They are unflinching raw brutal fearless and daring I applaud Raw Dog Screaming Press for being out in front of the pack when it comes to publishing horror poetry collections I hope we can see and artists venturing out from the woodwork and giving us their uniue dark gift of words

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To look at and what's most terrifying about the spells is these incantations show that we are the possessed that we are our greatest monster and if we look out of the corner of our eyes sometimes if we've damned ourselves enough we can catch a glimpse of our own burnings what monstrosities and mockeries we're to becomeSo cross yourselves and say your prayers Because in this world you are the witch and the hunter the girl and the wol. So good 5 stars and full review to come

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S are small drownings all those subtle suffocations that live in that place between our ribs that swells with panic incubates fear Lynch shows her readers that sometimes our shadow selves our secrets are our sharpest weapons the knives that rip through flesh suture pacts with demons cut deals with entities looking for than a homecoming something better intimate than familyIt's about the masks we wear and the reflections we choose not. The horror novel may be hundreds of needles inserted into the flesh over the course of days or weeks but the poem if done right can be an ax to the torso 94 This exactly I loved this brutal beautiful horror poetry from Donna Lynch Almost all of these pieces were 4 5 stars for me The longer ones are stunning however it was the brief ones that damaged me The selections of just a few lines or even a single page boast an unparalleled stark brutality Lynch was nominated for a Stoker for her collection WITCHES last year and if my reaction to CHOKING BACK THE DEVIL is any indication she ll be there again in 2020 as well My favoritesincludeTerror Management TheoryRaceYou AloneMy Incomplete ChildrenSuccubi TreatVisitors WomanHungerYou KnewCryYou Are Not YouDollWant a short read with all the impact or of a longer horror novel Read this one The monsters are real both internal and external ones Trust me


10 thoughts on “Choking Back the Devil

  1. says:

    Horror poetry is a recent discovery for me I didn't know I needed it until I tried it and now I can't live without it All of the many voices I have listened to so far are identifiably individualistic I think that if someone were to give me a blind taste test I could sample a poem with only my ears and my heart

  2. says:

    Demons come in many formsSome with teeth and some with hornsBut none so vicious as the hordesThat came to be when you were born Two of the literary genres I will never stop reaching for — in fact they were the two genres I cut my te

  3. says:

    Every ugly thing needs a home and the space inside your head works nicelyChoking Back the Devil is the second col

  4. says:

    “There are so many things that I don’t have a place for on paper so they float in my bloodstream” – pg 78 Excerpt From Skinned 1999In the last year I’ve read a lot of horror themed poetry all of which has blown me away I never realized such a thing existed until recently and finding other people that share my love of morbid elouence has been a great experience for me Not only have I discovered a new way to appreciate and

  5. says:

    “The horror novel may be hundreds of needles inserted into the flesh over the course of days or weeks but the poem if done right can be an ax to the torso” 94 This exactly I loved this brutal beautiful horror poetry from Donna Lynch Almost

  6. says:

    Donna Lynch wants to entertain you but she also wants to make you hurt She wants you to be uncomfortable and afraid and unsettled All that being said she wants to hurt you with the smallest most unassuming tool possible Paraphrased from the afterword Donna did all this to me and This collection of poetry electrified me I read the entire co

  7. says:

    If you've been on the fence at all about trying horror poetry Choking Back the Devil is a great place to startThis was my first time to read Donna Lynch and it definitely won't be my last I loved the poems in this collecti

  8. says:

    I've read a lot of Lynch's poetry over the years and in my mind this is her best book yet There's something uite earnest about the messages here which avoid the trite trappings of horror in order to dig her poetic fingers a little deeply into the gristle just like on the cover art and get at the truth beneath what they often mask Her lyrical voice is omnipresent while keeping the lines simple and ordinary enough to keep

  9. says:

    So good 5 stars and full review to come

  10. says:

    I was given a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest reviewChoking Back the Devil is my second journey down the lyrical prose rabbit hole with Donna Lynch and she did not disappoint With just as much fervor and raw visceral imagery as 'Witches' Ms Lynch solidifies her stake in the growing sub genre of horror poetry describing the darkness that can dwell even in the most purest of souls in a chillin

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