Metrophilias reviewed at Publishers Weekly

May 18, 2016

Publishers Weekly has reviewed Metrophilias, and it seems they like it.

“Connell explores sexual obsession across time and geography with sparse, vivid language in this exotic and sensual thematic collection of prose poems.”


Jottings reviewed at Rising Shadow

December 30, 2015

Jottings from a Far Away Place was reviewed at Rising Shadow.

 

Quote: “Jottings from a Far Away Place is one of the most original short story collections I’ve read during the recent years.”

 

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Jottings from a Far Away Place — Oddly Weird Fiction

December 19, 2015

Jottings from a Far Away Place has received a nice review at Oddly Weird Fiction.

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Jottings from a Far Away Place – review 2

November 19, 2015

Jottings has been reviewed at I just read about that.

“This is a great collection, full of thoughtful, sometimes delightful, often times dark stories.”


Jottings review

October 30, 2015

Jay Slayton-Joslin has written a review of  my new book Jottings from a Far Away Place at culturedvultures.com.

Quote: “Like he studied Burroughs’ cut up art and took it that extra step forward.”


Cannibals of West Papua reviewed at Bibliofagia

September 5, 2015

In English

In Portuguese


Cannibals in Real Time

August 13, 2015

Des Lewis is doing a Real Time Review of Cannibals of West Papua over at his Dreamcatcher site.


Cannibals of West Papua review

July 13, 2015

The first review of Cannibals of West Papua has come in, by Seregil of Rhiminee at Risingshadow.net.

I quote:

“It’s one of the most intriguing and well written adventure novels you’ll ever have a chance to read.”


The Galaxy Club, review

May 27, 2015

Over at Blogcritics, Bill Sherman has written a nice review of The Galaxy Club.

I quote:

“If you prefer your pulp fiction challenging and slippery in the mode of early William S. Burroughs, than Brendan Connell’s The Galaxy Club (Chomu Press) may be the read for you.”

 

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Miss Homicide reviewed at BFS website

April 27, 2015

Phil Sloman reviews Miss Homicide Plays the Flute at the British Fantasy Society website.

I quote:

“Miss Homicide Plays the Flute is a rare creature, a mixture between storytelling and the creation of a work of art.”