New Reviews

Paul Witcover has a nice review of Implied Spaces up at SCI FI Weekly, where he gives it an A- and says: "It’s a little jewel of a book, its ambitions well suited to its size—with plenty of implied spaces of its own to discover."

And over at The Fix, there’s a lengthy review of The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Vol. 2: "There is no denying that there are some excellent stories within its pages. The stories by Chiang, Beagle, Black, Abraham, Stirling, Baxter, Rickert, Roberson, and Bear stand out in the memory as excellent examples of authors using the short form in exciting, powerful, and sometimes innovative ways.