"A gay pastoral in five books and an interlude...A mystical blend of elements from Hudson's Green Mansions, J. F. Cooper's Leatherstocking tales, and the works of Jean Genet. What evolves is unique and inimitable...an unforgettable fantasy. It will leave no reader unstirred, for everyman knows, secretly, that he can indeed hear the haunting cry that is...The Song of the Loon."
"Abnormal passions were set to explode.... He killed his wife and found that killing was easy...Take these and more and mix well with sex and blood and pour the gore down the gutter of a town set for a--Lust Blast!"
William Smith was cosmically doomed to the book business when he skipped school to read HP Lovecraft in an abandoned cabin in the woods. He's worked for barnesandnoble.com, Tor Books, and Warner. Now he sells dodgy books and freelances to make a "living."