“All that was left to us was to wonder: who knows all that is innate to this world, or to any other? Why should there not be something buried deep within appearances, something that wears a mask to hide itself behind the visibility of nature?” ― Thomas Ligotti
“Most of the laugh tracks on television were recorded in the early 1950’s. These days, most of the people you hear laughing are dead.”
― Chuck Palahniuk
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At the Mountains
She Might Be Hungry
A postmodern Catholic priest must face off against a family of Appalachian vampires who fled the eugenics squads of the 1920s. The only problem: in some ways, he’s worse than they are. “Hatcher is thoughtful, even meditative, but whimsical in the midst of being deadly serious.” Mike Hertenstein, author Selling Satan
" “I like how I get completely, totally sucked right in, all the way to my archetypal unconscious, into Hatcher’s fictive world. Writing for him, seems more a kind of cosmic channeling than a mind-hand-pen-paper activity.” "
" "SHE MIGHT BE HUNGRY is genuinely creepy, funny, and sad in all the right places. Hatcher definitely has something here that should rise above the pack." "
Mike HertensteinAuthor, "Selling Satan"
" "Lint Hatcher is thoughtful, even meditative, but whimsical in the midst of being deadly serious." "