Review of Screamin’ Skull Press by Tony and Nicole Nesca
Book reviews / October 20, 2015

This is the first time I review two authors simultaneously and this is also the first time I review a married couple of authors and their shared business: their independent publishing company called Screamin’ Skull Press. Inside this company, Tony and Nicole Nesca publish only their books, a kind of literature they define “ renegade, unconventional and rebel” and that literary criticism has also defined “ underground literature”. Indeed, Tony and Nicole feel to belong to a generation of writers called “ Beat Generation”, cultural movement born in the U.S. in the 1950s. Tony and Nicole Nesca, instead, were born between the late 1960s and the early 1970s, a time in which the world has gone through revolutionary changes and towards to a new mindfulness about freedom and personal identity. Today, deliverance and transgression that writers cultivated during those years have been utterly lost. But not for Mr and Mrs Nesca, they feel still today, a deep sense of rebellion against hypocrisy and conformism pervading the soul of our society. Rebellion and will to spread a more spontaneous way to make literature, led Tony and Nicole Nesca to write likewise spontaneous novels, short stories and poetry. Going to read Nesca’s…