Poetry, chapbook, 24 pages, from Bottlecap Features.
This chapbook exists in the endless, empty space between horror, love, and nostalgia. It tells stories of nightmares half-remembered and the fears that arise in the hazy hours of 3 AM, when shadows dance and reflections seem to move unbidden.
Footsteps Way On Down Collapsing Halls, Emma Huang’s first poetry chapbook, seeks to find the beauty in horror and the horror in beauty.
Emma Huang is a writer of poetry, fiction, and screenplays. Her work has appeared in Moonbow Magazine, Oneiroi Journal, Young Ravens Literary Journal, and other literary magazines. Her favorite poet is Edgar Allen Poe. Currently, Emma’s working on her horror webcomic The Smile Room and Other Stories and the script for an indie game whose team she’s a part of.