You have to be open to the possibilities when reading HANNU RAJANIEMI: COLLECTED FICTION
At More Red Ink, copy editor extraordinaire Marty Halpern is excited about HANNU RAJANIEMI: COLLECTED FICTION.
This was my last editing project for calendar year 2014:
HANNU RAJANIEMI: COLLECTED FICTION, forthcoming in May 2015 from Tachyon Publications – and the year 2014 couldn’t have ended on a better high note.
I read Rajaniemi’s short story “Elegy for a Young Elk” in the Spring 2010 issue of Subterranean Press Magazine.
And by that time I was, like, Wow! – Who is this writer?
Now, skip forward four years…(It’s been four years already?)…to October 2014, during which time I had the opportunity to work on this collection of short stories by Hannu Rajaniemi.
The stories in COLLECTED FICTION are more like “Elegy for a Young Elk” than the novel QUANTUM THIEF. To rephrase Charles Stross, readers won’t need a prior background in string/quantum theory to enjoy these stories. But you do need to be open-minded about possibilities.
Read the rest of Halpern’s post at At More Red Ink.
For more info on HANNU RAJANIEMI: COLLECTED FICTION, visit the Tachyon page.
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