Category Archives: Short Story Reviews

The Clockwork Heart by Kim Fielding

This novelette is available as a free read from the author’s site (http://www.kfieldingwrites.com/free-reads/) and it’s well worth the time to check out. The story is beautiful and intense as it brings Dante Winter to life, a man discarded by his … Continue reading

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Mahrime: Mythpunk for Monsters by Penny Blake

…and the longing for all the things that human company ought to bring but seldom does. ~ From the painter’s daughter by Penny Blake This is a collection (mostly reprints) of odd tales, poems, and pieces falling somewhere between with … Continue reading

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Hugo Voting Reminder and Story Recommendations

This is a reminder for all supporting or full members of WorldCon 2018 that voting for the Hugos, Retro Hugos, and The John W. Campbell Award ends at midnight tonight. I tried my best to read as much as I … Continue reading

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Vulnerable by Patricia Loofbourrow

I have a soft spot for stories about people who are trying to live normal lives while the wealthy and well positioned go about rewriting the rules in their favor. Vulnerable is a short work set in the world of … Continue reading

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This Heart of Mine by Suzanne Hayes

This Heart of Mine offers two short works introducing Rita Strauss and Glory Astor through a glimpse at an important moment in each of their lives. These characters meet in the novel I’ll Be Seeing You which details their relationship … Continue reading

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