"In his latest poetry collection, 'Skeleton Costumes', Thomas Moore takes the hideously beautiful and stretches it out into a pockmarked skin that enfolds his reflections on death, loneliness, fear and alienation. Like his lapidary 2011 novella, 'Graves', this new work is mostly populated by desperate youths who find themselves violently exploited by predatory adults or who are determined to end their own lives in grisly and courageous ways. 'Skeleton Costumes' is slighter and much more intense than the earlier work however, comprising 151 evocative haikus — tiny, delicate, and evanescent as eyelashes that appear unannounced on bright white pages." — Diarmuid Hester, Full Stop
NOTE: The first edition of "Skeleton Costumes" was also available as a special edition that included a separate 40-page zine titled "All Of My Fears Are Shared With Strangers" and was limited to only 20 copies.