Non-mainstream, scary-as-shit Monsters of Literature

Ah, today is that epic Thanksgiving holiday of gluttony in the US where Americans do nothing more than shovel food into their mouths all day (or so that is what the holiday has turned into).

I am away spending the day with the family, but don’t want to leave you all short handed, so hyperlinking to an interesting post by JW McCormack of Electric Lit (

The posts lists his top 31 Obscure Literary Monsters.  Honestly, I don’t think I could have come up with a better list.  Job well done, JW!

31 Fairly Obscure Literary Monsters 


2 thoughts on “Non-mainstream, scary-as-shit Monsters of Literature

  1. Enjoyed the post. But your characterization of Thanksgiving is most unfair. We don’t just stuff our faces from midday to bedtime; we also watch massive young men bash one another playing American football, then we bash one another in stores while trying to acquire even more stuff. Let the holiday spirit begin! Have a good Thanksgiving, Amanda, and may no one bash you for any reason.


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