Thursday, August 25, 2005

A Review

Lois Tilton reviews Talebones #30, which contains my story "A Whole Man":

Schwartz's premise is not particularly original, but the voice of its unhinged narrator makes it entertaining.


Lois is a tough critic--I know this because I'm in a critique group with her--so I take this as high praise. She gives the whole issue a positive review; you ought to pick it up if you haven't already (hint, hint).

3 Comments:

Anonymous LT said...

I have but one word to say: DEATHPORT

10:17 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

I'm shamed to say I'd never heard of it. Some good authors there. Horrible title, though.

10:02 AM  
Anonymous LT said...

Deservedly forgotten.

The original title was supposed to be BENEATH THE TARMAC, but we all kept calling it Deathport and everyone was writing Really Gross stories about the haunted bathrooms in the airport, most of the grossest and disgustingest of which were not included, to the relief of the authors a decade later.

10:24 AM  

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