Early Review for the novel Brother Cobweb by author Cheryl Townsend

Opening with the ranting of a Pentecostal preacher into the mind of seven-year old Calvin Elkan, who in lieu of attention, creates art in a drawing pad as his derrière numbs atop a hard pew. A caricature of near monster features, Brother Cobweb is born, a minister of pseudo-satanic lunacy. Continue reading Early Review for the novel Brother Cobweb by author Cheryl Townsend

Early Review for Brother Cobweb by artist/author Michelle Moore

A tale of resiliency, reconciliation, and redemption, with plenty of ass-kicking and comeuppance along the way, Brother Cobweb is a powerful account of self-discovery that will resonate with readers long after the final pages . . . Continue reading Early Review for Brother Cobweb by artist/author Michelle Moore

JONATHAN MONTALDO. AN Early review for the novel “Brother Cobweb”

No easy, happy endings to this well-told, fast-paced story about the role of “God” in freakish human experience. Eaker’s novel draws a complex picture of religion in which the Weird is graphically made flesh… Continue reading JONATHAN MONTALDO. AN Early review for the novel “Brother Cobweb”