Friday, 4 January 2008
THE SHORT REVIEW
Issue 3 of Tania Hershman’s ‘The Short Review’ is up, with another ten collections and anthologies featured.
I reviewed two collections: firstly, Walking the Labyrinth by Welsh writer Brian George, a beautifully produced hardback from Stonebridge Press, and secondly, Two Tall Tales and One Short Novel, a paperback from Apis Books.
A tough call. One I loved, and the other I partially loved.
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Tania has also included interviews with three of the writers, Brian George, Rusty Barnes of Night Train fame, and Chrissie Gittins. I think this adds a sparking dimension to an already strong mix.
And that's not all... there is a link to lists of the short fiction collections scheduled for publication in 2008, and the list is.... huge. Who said the short story was languishing!!!
Check it out. It is a must for anyone interested in short fiction, either writers or readers.
And more reading:
I am having a great time reading two Comma Press collections for review: Phobic (modern Horror) , and Under The Dam (David Constantine).