Metrophilias and Blind Swimmer reviews

 

The latest issue of Prism, the magazine of the British Fantasy Society, has a nice review of Metrophilias by Adam Shardlow. To Quote:

“Metrophilias is a book about love and the morphing of such an all encompassing emotion into strange twisted desires. Taking the city, the urban social attitude, and mixing it with Aristotle’s concept of philia, partnering or brotherly-love taken to extremes, sounds a potent mix for fantasy. This slim volume does not disappoint.”

In other news, the Finnish website has a review of Blind Swimmer (an anthology I am in). Quote:

“I have to confess that I read all the stories twice, because I loved the way they were written. After reading these stories twice I can say that Blind Swimmer is without a doubt one of the best anthologies of 2010.” 

This is the second time that I have heard it called one of the best anthologies of 2010.

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