Spring issue of the Strand with the unpublished Tennessee Williams Story
“And so for weeks I lay there in forced silence, while I was wracked with the most excruciating pain. It was more mental than physical. For I knew what had been done to me. Far more terrible than the tearing pain within my head was the pain of that knowledge of what had been done to me. The knowledge that in my head was the eye of a dead man – an eye that should be cold and glazed with death in a corpse beneath the ground!” And so starts this thrilling tale by Tennessee Williams that has never been published before…
Titled “The Eye that Saw Death” the story chronicles a nameless narrator’s struggle to maintain his sanity after forcibly receiving an eye transplant. Our spring issue also features fiction by Lyndsay Faye, Linwood Barclay, and Lorenzo Carcaterra, as well as an exclusive interview with Clive Cussler. We also have book and audiobook reviews of the latest releases and much more.