Triptych: Three Short Plays

This short collection compiles three plays.  The first, Kill: A Confession for the Stage – is the final stage play Ketchum ever wrote…inspired by the Boston Strangler Case – it is powerful, and eerie.  Also included in this are Drive-In Movie – which Ketchum also penned for theathre, and a short piece titled Olivia: A Monologue.

Turning Japanese: Articles, 1997 to 2007, for Asian Cult Cinema

Turning Japanese offers an insight into films that “pushed the edge of the envelope” as reviewed by Jack Ketchum in Asian Cult Cinema Magazine. Several films by Katsuya Matsumura, Yahuharu Hasebe, Ran Masaki, and Takashi Miike are covered. Among the titles reviewed are: the All Night Long series, Assault! Jack the Ripper, Snake and Whip, Audition, Visitor Q, and the Flower and Snake films.