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A Big Heart and Sharp Fangs: “My Heart is a Chainsaw” is a Wildly Empathetic Massacre (Review)

Author Stephen Graham Jones hit it out of the park in 2020 with “The Only Good Indians” just to outdo himself with “My Heart is a Chainsaw.”

Hot off critical and commercial success with “The Only Good Indians,” Stephen Graham Jones returns with what may be the most emotionally resonant slasher in decades.

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Wayward Magazine features veteran entertainment journalism staff covering new releases in horror and horror-adjacent fiction (mostly books). A division of The Kreisau Circle LLC.

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Kay VanAntwerpen

Kay VanAntwerpen

Kaya Jean VanAntwerpen. Genderqueer journalist and musician from Grand Rapids, Mi. Hear noises at chasingthesky.bandcamp.com. Kvanantw@gmail.com.

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