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HST Quarterly: Fall 2016 ✮ [PDF] ✩ HST Quarterly: Fall 2016 By Arthur Graham ✻ – Thomashillier.co.uk horror, adj inspiring or creating loathing, aversion, etceaze, adj contemptibly low, mean, or disreputabletrash, n literary or artistic material of poor or inferior qualityWelcome to the inaugural iss horror, adj inspiring or creating loathing, aversion, etceaze, adj contemptibly low, mean, or disreputabletrash, n literary or artistic material of poor or inferior qualityWelcome to the inaugural issue of HST Quarterly, the curated collection from Horror, Sleaze and Trash.


10 thoughts on “HST Quarterly: Fall 2016

  1. karen karen says:

    EDUCATORS, TAKE NOTE the recentand bewilderingtrendof tumblr poetsgetting book dealsand selling thousands of copiesof these booksis redefining poetryin the minds of impressionable kiddiesas any thought that pops into your headas long as you hit entera bunch of times and even thoughthese poems hereare full of blowjobs,and whale on human sex,and blowjobs,and hand jobs,and blowjobs,and drinking,and bird murder,and blowjobs,they are still better examples of poetry than anythinglang leavwill ever w EDUCATORS, TAKE NOTE the recentand bewilderingtrendof tumblr poetsgetting book dealsand selling thousands of copiesof these booksis redefining poetryin the minds of impressionable kiddiesas any thought that pops into your headas long as you hit entera bunch of times and even thoughthese poems hereare full of blowjobs,and whale on human sex,and blowjobs,and hand jobs,and blowjobs,and drinking,and bird murder,and blowjobs,they are still better examples of poetry than anythinglang leavwill ever write,and by that rationale, appropriate to be includedin a grade school poetry lessonthan the emogasms of any ofthose cyberpoet hacks.


  2. Arthur Graham Arthur Graham says:

    I only read it for the poems.See Bryana s full spread quite literally here I only read it for the poems.See Bryana s full spread quite literally here


  3. Janie C. Janie C. says:

    An refreshingly unpretentious collection of poetry containing witty, sardonic and relatable entries.


  4. Melki Melki says:

    This arrived a while ago in a care package sent to me by the author editor Arthur Graham CARES, people He bloody well does My husband saw the cover, and the slender book disappeared for a while It later appeared, slightly mangled, near the shitter, and I finally got to read it On the back porch Not the shitter There s some really wonderful stuff here, including poems by some Goodreads members It s hard to pick a favorite, though Johnny Scarlotti s Blue Whale made me snort with laught This arrived a while ago in a care package sent to me by the author editor Arthur Graham CARES, people He bloody well does My husband saw the cover, and the slender book disappeared for a while It later appeared, slightly mangled, near the shitter, and I finally got to read it On the back porch Not the shitter There s some really wonderful stuff here, including poems by some Goodreads members It s hard to pick a favorite, though Johnny Scarlotti s Blue Whale made me snort with laughter Trust Johnny on this never swim with a whalethe ocean is fucked.I m never going in there again. Did you know that if you send a message to Arthur Graham, he will GIVE YOU an ebook Because he FREAKIN CARES I recommend doing this since you won t have to worry about your husband doing God only knows what to the cover And for Joulupukki s sake, stay out of the ocean


  5. Ian "Marvin" Graye Ian "Marvin" Graye says:

    Full DisclosureI sucked dickIn exchangeFor a freeCopy ofHSTQuarterly.No honest Review wasRequired.Arthur said It was great,Anyway.Well Bred Poets Knitting CircleDare I say it, my only qualm with this book is that it wasn t horrible, sleazy or trashy enoughTo my untrained eye, it actually stands as a collection of reasonably good contemporary poetry To the extent that occasionally so called objective standards might lapse, it s usually compensated for by a sense of humour or self parody i Full DisclosureI sucked dickIn exchangeFor a freeCopy ofHSTQuarterly.No honest Review wasRequired.Arthur said It was great,Anyway.Well Bred Poets Knitting CircleDare I say it, my only qualm with this book is that it wasn t horrible, sleazy or trashy enoughTo my untrained eye, it actually stands as a collection of reasonably good contemporary poetry To the extent that occasionally so called objective standards might lapse, it s usually compensated for by a sense of humour or self parody i.e., it s fun The book is both well laid and well laid out The whole is even greater than the sum of its parts I enjoyed the whole and muchthan some of the parts It made me want to pluck my eyebrows, shave my legs and readHST poetry I can t wait for the next quarterly to come Hopefully, oneswallow will make a spring of good reading


  6. Harry Whitewolf Harry Whitewolf says:

    There s a lotdepth to these poems than I had expected for a collection that s primarily concerned with Horror, Sleaze and Trash The poems themselves might dwell on attributes of those three themes, but the poetry itself isn t trashy or sleazy For a selection of various poets, this works very well as a collection, where the individual pieces combine to make a satisfying whole My favourites were the introductory Contemporary Poetry by Michael Marrotti, hand in hand by J J Campbell, There s a lotdepth to these poems than I had expected for a collection that s primarily concerned with Horror, Sleaze and Trash The poems themselves might dwell on attributes of those three themes, but the poetry itself isn t trashy or sleazy For a selection of various poets, this works very well as a collection, where the individual pieces combine to make a satisfying whole My favourites were the introductory Contemporary Poetry by Michael Marrotti, hand in hand by J J Campbell, Sigourney Weaver Reminds Me of My Mum by Andy Carrington, Too Drunk To Drink by Chris Butler, Trash by Thom Young, and Editors Can Be Dicks by Angelica Fuse I didn t know most of the poets in this collection, but it s been great to make their acquaintance


  7. Leo Robertson Leo Robertson says:

    I interviewed Arthur about this book and , and you can listen here I m holding my review hostage.Enjoy these saucy pics instead I interviewed Arthur about this book and , and you can listen here I m holding my review hostage.Enjoy these saucy pics instead


  8. Jason Jason says:

    ..And the winner for this year s best cover goes to Bryanna From the title and description I was expecting some filthy, violent and scary poetry, the collection is not as shallow as that It starts off a bit sensible, then gets angry and quite shouty, then things start to get a bit rude and then near the end things take a serious turn The ordering of the poems and the layout has been perfectly done.I m quite proud of myself because I have read stuff by 4 of the poets, quite an achieve..And the winner for this year s best cover goes to Bryanna From the title and description I was expecting some filthy, violent and scary poetry, the collection is not as shallow as that It starts off a bit sensible, then gets angry and quite shouty, then things start to get a bit rude and then near the end things take a serious turn The ordering of the poems and the layout has been perfectly done.I m quite proud of myself because I have read stuff by 4 of the poets, quite an achievement for me Amber Decker is new to me and her poem was the best, the perfect poem for HST, She sounds like she could be quite scary in real life Certificates by Chris Butler had me laughing out loud, only 7 lines long but genius The mighty Johnny Scarlotti does a little documentary for us about the Blue Whale Has anybody seen the Nationwide adverts on TV Some person sat in a caf lecturing about humans and stuff I quite like them, it would be awesome if John Grochalski was to read his poem, the longest in the book, on one of those adverts.A fine collection here and some new names for me to check outit s only downfall was that it just isn t long enough, over way too soon


  9. Andy Carrington Andy Carrington says:

    Zero stars from me cause I m in it.


  10. G. Brown G. Brown says:

    There s a lot of poetry that I look at condescendingly because I m not a 15 year old angst ridden teen any This is not that kind of poetry These poems tend to focus on what it s like to be both a low life in the non judgmental sense and a poet While I m not a poet, I can appreciate the meta narrative aspect here It sounds like being a poet really, really sucks, so maybe I made the right decision I don t know There are all kinds of horrors in the non monster sense associated with it There s a lot of poetry that I look at condescendingly because I m not a 15 year old angst ridden teen any This is not that kind of poetry These poems tend to focus on what it s like to be both a low life in the non judgmental sense and a poet While I m not a poet, I can appreciate the meta narrative aspect here It sounds like being a poet really, really sucks, so maybe I made the right decision I don t know There are all kinds of horrors in the non monster sense associated with it in this zine emotional, economic, sexual, existentialSo, I still don t really get poetry, but if you do like poetry that s gritty and a little bit off into left field, I d highly recommend this Oh, there s also a whole sleaze pictorial online you might want to check out if you like thighs and vaginas


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