Power in the Blood
By Catherine Grant
After a mother discovers her teenage son is a killer she kicks him out of the house. She then lets people from her church move in with her, and they mistreat her quite badly. So she calls her son and tells him of her problems, knowing full well what he’ll probably do. . . Told from the perspective of a serial killer, Grant's short story is an exploration of angst about religious hypocrisy and the relationship between a child and his mother. SIgned, numbered chapbook, 13pp.
Catherine Grant is an editor with Lamplight Magazine and former contributing editor with Shock Totem Magazine. Her publication credits include the New England Horror Writers anthologies Wicked Witches and Wicked Seasons. She resides in Providence, Rhode Island.