Tag Archives: Mario Guslandi

And double squeeeee!

FeastofSorrows_Cov_V01A second early review of A Feast of Sorrows: Stories!

“A Feast of Sorrows assembles fourteen stories, two originals and twelve reprints, which provide a fascinating showcase of Slatter’s extraordinary talent as a gifted storyteller and a devoted scholar of the
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Mario Guslandi on Home and Hearth

1912502_10152349104439813_635754832_nMario Guslandi reviews my Spectral Press chapbook Home and Hearth at the British Fantasy Society’s page.

Angela Slatter is firmly holding her position in my personal Top Ten list of favourite dark fiction authors since her outstanding debut collection “The Girl with No
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Bitterwood at Thirteen O’Clock

Foil1Mario Guslandi has reviewed The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings over at Thirteen O’Clock:

Award-winning Australian author Angela Slatter returns with yet another collection of fantastic stories where she can display once again her fertile and powerful imagination, her extraordinary ability as a
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Dead Red Heart review

Over at the SF Site, the delightful Mario Guslandi reviews Ticonderoga Publications’ Dead Red Heart.

And says nice things 😀 . Here.

The Girl with No Hands …

… has been very nicely reviewed by Mario Guslandi over at the SF Site.

 I am quite sure that readers of this superior book will remain spellbound by the sheer beauty of the stories. I highly recommend it, as well as its companion volume, the other collection by Angela Slatter entitled Sourdough and Other Stories recently published by Tartarus Press.

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