An excellent review appeared on Amazon today for my poetry collection "The Empire of Death".
"A fine collection of dark poems from horror writer Dean Drinkel, they evoke the charnel house and the crematorium and the apocalypse. The influences of Rimbaud and Baudelaire at their darkest, can be discerned, as well as the obessions of Jacobean writers such as John Webster (with their fascination with the connection between sex and the grave, the body as worm seed). He reaches too well into the dark places of the inside, and as such these are not for the faint hearted, nor those seeking reassurance about this world or the next." - J Miles