The News Turned On and Saw
sliced by light
of kitchen win-
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In addition to a couple of my flash fictions and a few cartoons, the new issue of Transition contains a nice review of my latest book, The Sea-Wave. Peruse it here.
Necessary Fiction calls The Sea-Wave “A boundary-pushing work that invites multiple readings.” Read the full review here.
“With some fantasies you’re invited to wade in, discovering the principles, nature, and backstories of the invented world step by step. Others are best approached by diving in at the deep end. Kabungo is the latter sort; take a deep breath and do a cannonball.”
From Quill and Quire‘s rave new review of Kabungo. Read the full article here.
“Comical in its word play, likeable in its characters … and entertaining in its short stories.” A great new review of Kabungo, courtesy of CanLit for LittleCanadians. Read it here.
A new year … and a new story. Read my latest for The Walrus, “Charlie,” right here. It’s about a drunk elephant … and a miraculous boy. It’s dedicated to my friend Muzi, who vanished a long time ago…
From now on, my Walrus stories will appear every two weeks – every second Tuesday.
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Thank-you so much, for reading…