In The Nomenclature of Fear, a relationship is delineated by obscure phrases, subtle fears are evoked through oblique understandings and references to art, and life is defined by what can and what can't be said.
ANDREW HOOK is a UK writer who has had over 120 short stories published and has nine books in print. His most recent publications are the neo-noir crime novel, “Church Of Wire”, and — as editor — an anthology of punk-inspired stories, titled “punkPunk!”. His fifth collection of short fiction, “Human Maps”, was published by Eibonvale Press in 2016. He is an editor for Salò Press, and can be found at www.andrew-hook.com