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November 28, 2020 at 9:55 pm #23449Erin AllenGuest
A Wendigo Reader
by Larry Fessenden, Alison Nastasi, Carter Meland, Kim Newman, Bernice M. Murphy, Samuel Zimmerman, Sheldon Lee Compton, Chris Hibbard, Nathan Carlson, Victoria Nelson
- Author: Larry Fessenden, Alison Nastasi, Carter Meland, Kim Newman, Bernice M. Murphy, Samuel Zimmerman, Sheldon Lee Compton, Chris Hibbard, Nathan Carlson, Victoria Nelson
- Format: paperback, 158 pages
- Publisher: Fiddleblack ltd
- ISBN: 9780988687264 (0988687267)
- Release date: February 16, 2016
- Language: english
About The Book
The book’s thirteen essays explore Wendigo mythology from a cryptozoological point of view, where the being has been portrayed as a ferocious yeti-like monster, a half man-half stag creature, a troll or the wind itself. ‘Sudden Storm’ features full-color artwork by prominent illustrators, bringing many iterations of the elusive creature to the page, implicitly posing the question: How do we conceptualize both the malevolent and benevolent aspects of the Wendigo? It’s a fun read for monster and horror fans, Larry Fessenden fans and people that like pop-culture things. In fact, there’s probably not another cool book dedicated to the subject.
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