Albert E. Cowdrey. Fort Clay, Louisiana: a Tragical History. (Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2010).

Watery southern horrors in Cowdrey’s inimitable style. A young photographer is pleased to welcome elderly Dr. Corman to her house to see the book she has published, featuring photographs of a decaying, long-deserted 19th century military fort on the banks of the Mississippi. (Girl, check out his surname! It’s Corman. As in Roger Corman!)

It transpires, surprise surprise!, that the horrors which should have been consigned to history, are reaching out to the persent.

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