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A Critical Look at Contemporary Short SFF

This took a crazy amount of effort, but here are five short reviews from a pulp-friendly critical frame. The stories here are ranked in order of how awesome they are:

  1. War of the Ruby by Brian K. Lowe (review here)
  2. The Thorne Legacy by J. D. Brink (review here)
  3. The Dragon’s Teeth by David Hallquist (review here)
  4. The Dreaming Wounds by Anya Ow (review here)
  5. Empty Vessels by David O’Donoghue (review here)

If you have any suggestions for more stories I should take a look at, please let me know.

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5 responses to “A Critical Look at Contemporary Short SFF

  1. meredithfan April 4, 2017 at 6:22 pm

    Jeffro – are you really not getting paid for your work as the editor on Castalia Blog? I’m surprised! I would have expected that to be a paid position.

    • jeffro April 4, 2017 at 6:42 pm

      It never crossed my mind how hard it must be for you. I am so sorry.

      • meredithfan April 4, 2017 at 6:44 pm

        Er? Hard? I’m mostly just vaguely offended on your behalf. It seems like it would be a lot of work to do for free. If you’re happy with it, though, that’s what matters.

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