PS PUBLISHING: DRUGSTORE INDIAN PRESS 2018
Originally published as a collection in 2005.
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I have finished my gestalt real-time review of ‘The Ammonite Violin & Others’ by Caitlín R. Kiernan as recently published by PS Publishing.
A quote from my review of its last story:
“This seems to be a coda to this life-changing book, to its “improbable symphony.” In many ways, I keep my wig’s powder dry, but I will say I thank whatever forces allow such books to be written and that I read it before I passed on to that ‘covered bridge’. These stories first published in 2005-2007.”
A ROC BOOK
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A ROC BOOK 2012
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My purchased copy arrived today.
Edited by Kathe Koja and Michael Kelly (2015)
My other reviews of Undertow Publications HERE (including Volume One of above series)
Stories by Nathan Ballingrud, Siobhan Carroll, Julio Cortázar (Michael Cisco), Amanda C. Davis, K. M. Ferebee, Karen Joy Fowler, Cat Hellisen, Kima Jones, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Rich Larson, Carmen Maria Machado, Usman T. Malik, Nick Mamatas, Sunny Moraine, Jean Muno, Sarah Pinsker, Karin Tidbeck, Charles Wilkinson, Isabel Yap.
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I have just received FEARFUL SYMMETRIES: edited by Ellen Datlow, as purchased from Amazon UK.
ChiZine Publications (2014)
Stories by: Gemma Files, Nathan Ballingrud, Bruce McAllister, Gary McMahon, Pat Cadigan, Helen Marshall, Terry Dowling, Stephen Graham Jones, Brian Evenson, Jeffrey Ford, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Robert Shearman, Michael Marshall Smith, Kaaron Warren, Laird Barron, Catherine MacLeod, Siobhan Carroll, John Langan, Carole Johnstone, Garth Nix.
MY EVENTUAL REAL-TIME REVIEW OF THIS BOOK WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE COMMENT STREAM BELOW AS AND WHEN I READ IT.
My previous review of an Ellen Datlow anthology: Wild Justice.