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Just a reminder that the Kickstarter to send the very talented writer and reviewer Haralambi Markov to WFC is still going. 12 days and roughly $1400 to go, so if you’ve got any spare shekels, throw them this way.
To WFC in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Harry is not only a great reviewer, an informed critic, and an engaged and intelligent fan, he’s also a writer of considerable talent and vision.
So, if you’ve got a few spare dollars, throw them in the very
The wonderful Haralambi Markov has reviewed The Bitterwood Bible over at SF Signal.
PROS: Exquisite prose; a shared world where the stories bleed into each other to establish a vibrant and sprawling mythology; complex portrayal of women
This week Harry considers “The Hummingbird Heart” from The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales.
This Friday I break away from the ensemble reviews to the known one story per review
I’m deviating from the one-story-per-review format as I come upon
The lovely Harry has included me in his series on Women in Genre.
I don’t know why, but I have a thing for fairy tales. Despite most female characters in fairy tales fall in