"A dark dance in a lush garden overshadowed by luminous specters clothed in the guise of prose and poetry"
"Fabulous testament to the world of intoxication in the forms of love, hate, lust, sex, neglect, and abuse."
"She (Miss Nelson) weaves a tapestry in green clouded in the ether of a harsh reality"
"The second installment in a trilogy of prose and poetry, Absinthe reckons with the emotions of love, hate, lust, sex, and abuse. Torrid fantasies and nightmares come to light with full force- from a vampire's memories of times long gone to a woman's romantization of her harsh abuse in the hands of her husband- Absinthe spans the scope of human feelings and invokes those of the reader either to take action, pensively muse, or recoil in horror or disgust. Truly an interesting read. "