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Short Fiction Fridays: Fangirlgasm

I reviewed Phantasm Japan, a 2014 anthology edited by Nick Mamatas and Masumi Washington, on Skiffy and Fanty today, and this post title is the resultant completely unintentional bad pun that brings me shame, but I am constitutionally unable to … Continue reading

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Review: The Drowning Girl

I bought The Drowning Girl, Caitlìn Kiernan’s 2012 novel that won the Stoker Award and was nominated for practically every speculative fiction literary award ever, on a road trip. It happened thusly: my spouse was driving as I was finishing … Continue reading

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Review: The Red Tree

Upon beginning Caitlín Kiernan’s The Red Tree, a psychological dark fantasy novel published in 2009, I was struck by its structural and thematic similarities to Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves. Except that I became emotionally invested in these characters. … Continue reading

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