Drunken Pen Review: Rosemary’s Baby

Rosemary's Baby is a 1967 horror novel by American writer Ira Levin, his second published book. It sold over 4 million copies, "making it the top bestselling horror novel of the 1960s."

Drunken Review: “Kiss” By Dekker And Healy

When Shauna McAllister returns to her childhood home to recover from a car accident that left her in a coma and wiped out six months of her memory, her estranged father and abusive stepmother blame her for the tragedy, which has left her beloved brother severely brain damaged, but Shauna leans on Wayne Spade, a forgotten but hopeful lover who stays by her side, as she attempts to sort out what happened that night.

All I Do Is Fall

Sudden losses and the floor - my Earth goes out away from me from beneath my feet...

Next To Me

Sometimes all we need to get through this life is each other.

Couch

When a man wakes up in his empty bed he assumes his wife is sleeping on the couch. But is that really the case?

Roadside Flowerbed

We bring back a past feature writer, Ashleigh Hatter, with this incredible poem about the past and how it fades away over time.

The Bile And The Blood

With another original piece, writer Ashleigh Hatter spotlights the growing problem of bullying in schools.

Save The Trees

We kick off the Halloween season with this bizarre tale about a tree. But not just any tree. This tree projects a significant fear to anyone brave enough to glance at its grotesque features. Can anyone overcome its menacing presence and get close to it?

Convoy

Social media has made it easier for us to connect with the world. But it also brings out the worst in people. And somewhere in the middle are those who pretend to care, but don't actually do anything. This poignant piece by Ashleigh Hatter explores these ideas.