Tachyon tidbits featuring Carrie Vaughn, Lisa Goldstein, Peter S. Beagle, Patricia A. McKillip, and Lauren Beukes
The latest reviews and mentions of Tachyon titles and authors from around the web.
On INSTAGRAM, Sebastian Keller (@nuewemaeren) shared their 3-d version of the iconic Tachyon logo.
THE FURIOUS GAZELLE enjoys Carrie Vaughn’s KITTY’S MIX-TAPE.
Fans of the Kitty Norville series will find a comforting haven in Carrie Vaughn’s latest short story collection, KITTY’S MIX-TAPE. Vaughn is a master at making the monstrous familiar, and even wryly funny.
WASHINGTON STATE MAGAZINE staff reveal what they’ve been reading, watching, and listening to since the start of the COVID-19 crisis. Editor Larry Clark’s selections include Lisa Goldstein’s IVORY APPLES.
I enjoy a good novel about fiction becoming reality, and obsession. Goldstein’s words are gripping and, at times, terrifying.
As part of their regular Unicorn Book Feature, SYBRINA’S BOOK BLOG spotlights, without comment, Peter S. Beagle and Patricia A. McKillip’s THE KARKADANN TRIANGLE.
In the REDDIT r/Horror thread What Horror novels and short stories do you consider truly terrifying, The-BoneRanger mentions Lauren Beukes’ SLIPPING: STORIES, ESSAYS, & OTHER WRITING.
If you’re looking for any techno-horror you should check out SLIPPING by Lauren Beukes. Not all of the stories are sci-fi based, but a good number are. I was particularly unsettled by the story of futuristic patchwork athletes who are engineered beyond the peak of human performance.