Tachyon tidbits featuring Caitlín R. Kiernan, Joe R. Lansdale, Jacob Weisman, and David Sandner
The latest reviews and mentions of Tachyon titles and authors from around the web.
Caitlín R. Kiernan (photo: Kyle Cassidy, Joe R. Lansdale (Karen Lansdale), and David Sandner & Jacob Weisman (James Patrick Kelly)
Kathryn Adams at PIXELATED GEEK is amazed by THE VERY BEST OF CAITLÍN R. KIERNAN.
There’s literally nothing out there quite like Kiernan’s stories, and
they’re dazzling. I came up from most of these blinking and disoriented
and not at all sure what I’d just read.
On APB-SAL, Trent Walters discusses both the book and movie versions of Joe R. Lansdale’s COLD IN JULY.
The movie has a more visceral motive to launch the boys into
a vigilante story. The protagonist and I had to turn our heads. Still, for the
most part, the narrative and themes are intact. Both are worth checking out.
Andrew Wheeler on his THE ANTICK MUSINGS OF G. B. H. HORNSWOGGLER, GENT is looking forward to David Sandner and Jacob Weisman’s Mingus Fingers.
I’ll lead with the quirkiest thing, since that’s how I roll: Mingus Fingers by
David Sandner and Jacob Weisman, coming from Fairwood Press in
November. It’s a short, small-format book – probably a novellette –
and the speculative element seems to be,um, unique.
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