Category Archives: Novelette Reviews

Gutshot: The Catastrophe by Patricia Loofbourrow

The author of this novelette posted a teaser as part of a social media snippet challenge that offered enough to make me curious about the story. I later learned it was an origin story from The Red Dog Conspiracy, a … Continue reading

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Rewind by Holly Lisle

Rewind is a hard to define work, one I might even style as literary. While starting with a simple premise, this story has a powerful, compelling voice that takes you to the edge of both terror and despair. At the … Continue reading

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Ophid Dei by Erin M. Hartshorn

I first met Erin M. Hartshorn’s talent with creating alien cultures that felt real in her short story “Rise of Kencha.” Looking for something of the same sort, I picked up the novelette Ophid Dei. Though in this case the … Continue reading

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