Fear of the Beast combines Elisabeth Sharp McKetta’s poetry with Troy Passey’s atmospheric artwork. Both primal and mythic, the book is about human relationships with animals—whether we are eating animals, keeping animals as pets, or telling stories about animals that we are too afraid to tell of ourselves. Set in a spare, wooded, and wintry landscape, Fear of the Beast is concerned with the untamable and unknowable aspects of our world and of ourselves.

Fear of the Beast available HERE.