Posts Tagged: Anthology

A Week of Reading


A plane ride to the east coast yielded significant reading time, which resulted in finished reads of two novels and a short story collection. The latter was the first read on the outbound flight, its mathematically precise cover drawing the eye like a child to breakable objects. Jurassic London’s Irregularity, edited by Jared Shurin, is one… Read more »

A Review of the anthology Unfettered

Brought together by a ubiquitous desire to help two-time cancer survivor Shawn Speakman pay his onerous medical bills, Unfettered is a mishmash of stories from a host of the most well known authors in the genres today (or yesterday). The collection opens with a foreword by Patrick Rothfuss, which is rather forgettable, but sets an appropriate tone for the… Read more »

Speculative Fiction 2012: Out now!

We have news(!) — Speculative Fiction 2012 is now available on Amazon. This collection contains over fifty of the year’s best online essays and reviews, from Tansy Rayner Roberts on Supergirl to Lavie Tidhar on China Miéville to Aishwarya Subramanian on My Little Pony to Joe Abercrombie on, er, himself. It is a diverse collection of some of last year’s best and… Read more »

SpecFic 2012: Cover Reveal and Details

Last year, I began a partnership with Jared Shurin, co-owner/editor of Pandemonium Fiction, to release an anthology titled Speculative Fiction 2012, The Years Best Online Reviews, Essays and Commentary, with proceeds to be donated to charity. Our goal, if any such thing can be claimed, is to create a record of all the incredibly rich content being… Read more »