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  • J. Ashley-Smith’s Ariadne, I Love You Reviewed by Aurealis Magazine

    Aurealis Magazine weighed in on ARIADNE, I LOVE YOU by J. Ashley-Smith, and we loved what they had to say: Poetic and ghoulish with its kiss that is a dirge, Ariadne, I Love You is sensual anddeadly, enticingly sinister in an ode only J Ashley-Smith can lyric. AUREALIS MAGAZINE, #141 More

  • Publishers Weekly Reviews Ariadne, I Love You by J. Ashley-Smith

    We were really happy to see this Publishers Weekly review of Ariadne, I Love You, J.Ashley-Smith’s latest dark tale of longing and obsession, which hits the streets on July 20, 2021. In the meantime, you can check out his novel The Attic Tragedy which has been longlisted and shortlisted for numerous awards! Ashley-Smith uses this […] More

  • Foreword Reviews Weighs In on The Bridge by J.S. Breukelaar

    The July / August issue of Foreword Reviews features a wonderful review of J.S. Breukelaar’s moving dark fantasy: The Bridge, which is in stores on June 22, 2021. “Gothic and feminist, J. S. Breukelaar’s novel The Bridge is moving in addressing science, sisterhood, and storytelling.” AIMEE JODOIN, FOREWORD REVIEWS More

  • Locus Magazine Reviews The Bridge by J.S. Breukelaar

    We loved this review of J.S. Breukelaar’s The Bridge by Paula Guran in the latest Locus Magazine. We agree that the novel is spellbinding. Immerses the reader in a complex world with a complicated protagonist … Breukelaar’s dark novel is spellbinding. Paula GURAN, LOCUS MAGAZINE More

  • Aurealis Magazine Reviews Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons

    Keith Rosson’s new collection, FOLK SONGS FOR TRAUMA SURGEONS was reviewed by Eugen Bacon in Aurealis Magazine #137. An insightful review of an amazing collection. Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons is not your everyday collection. This uncanny offering by Keith Rosson, author of The Mercy of the Tide, Smoke City and Road Seven is a […] More

  • Booklist Weighs in on Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons by Keith Rosson

    We are excited to share a review of Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons from Booklist. This reviewer’s insight was spot on about Keith’s stories. The book hits stores on 2/23 but you can preorder using links below. Rosson’s stories are often cynical tales, with hope dotting their cores: stories centered on people who are stuck, […] More

  • ★ Publishers Weekly Starred Review for Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons

    Publishers Weekly weighs in on Keith Rosson’s debut story collection, Folk Songs for Trauma Surgeons, with a wonderful starred review! The collection releases in February 2021 but is available now for preorder. With this excellent collection of 15 jagged, fragmented pieces, dark fantasist Rosson subverts expectations and challenges his characters and his readers alike to […] More

  • Foreword Reviews Weighs in on The Road to Woop Woop by Eugen Bacon

    We were thrilled to learn that Eugen Bacon’s THE ROAD TO WOOP WOOP & OTHER STORIES was reviewed in the upcoming January/February issue of the magazine!! Reviewer Tanisha Rule’s insightful comments made our heart sing! Be sure to check out the magazine for the full review! The short stories of Eugen Bacon’s The Road to […] More

  • Locus Magazine Reviews The Road To Woop Woop By Eugen Bacon

    Ian Mond at Locus Magazine reviewed Eugen Bacon’s stunning new collection, The Road to Woop Woop & Other Stories in the November issue of the magazine. The review was in depth and insightful and the magazine is definitely worth checking out if you aren’t already subscribed. Bacon’s passion for language and her willingness to play […] More

  • Paula Guran Reviews Velocities by Kathe Koja for Locus Magazine

    Paula Guran at Locus Magazine reviewed Kathe Koja’s Velocities in the November issue of the magazine. Locus magazine is definitely worth checking out if you aren’t already subscribed. The stories are exquisitely written … An excellent assemblage by a virtuoso writer. LOCUS MAGAZINE | PAULA GURAN More

  • Aurealis Magazine Reviews The Road To Woop Woop by Eugen Bacon

    Eugen Bacon’s delightful new collection, THE ROAD TO WOOP WOOP AND OTHER STORIES, was review in the latest issue of Aurealis Magazine by Madison Stoff. We loved it and hope you get a copy of the magazine and check out the full review! The book is like an ouroboros (an ancient symbol depicting a serpent […] More

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