Alex Myers reviews Metrophilias at NewPages, saying:

“At its best, Metrophilias evokes Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. Poetic prose, glistening images.”

Then, over at I just read about that, Paul Debraski talks about my story The Man Who Saw Grey which is in the Blind Swimmer anthology:

“The thing that surprised me about this story is that, in the past, Connell has used very specific language, one might even say two-dollar words (some of which I had to look up), to convey his ideas.  But in this story, he largely refrains from such language, keeping the language down to earth and familiar, much like his protagonists.”


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