Midnite Media: Tales of Woe

Jonny Metro, the Subterranean Beatnik Bastard, has posted an appraisal, not too different from my own, on Midnite Media.  

http://midnitemedia.blogspot.com/2010/08/tales-of-woe-by-john-reed.html

"A dark and deeply disturbing examination of injustice and misery the whole world over. That's a pretty fair assessment of the book Tales of Woe by John Reed. ...  The titular tales are clearly and deftly expressed, and its quite a handsome little package: a slightly-larger-than-paperback hardcover with white and red text printed on slick black paperstock, punctuated by occasional illustrations provided by some deeply-disturbed outsider minds."  —Jonny Metro, Midnite Media

"I have a feeling that, much like my VHS copy of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Tales of Woe will have a long and lonely shelf life, leering at me and hungrily licking its lips, just daring me to partake in it again. And, just like with Henry, I will occasionally succumb, only to feel guilty and dirty in its wake."  —Jonny Metro, Midnite Media