Thursday, January 30, 2014

"The Clock Struck None" is a Best Bet at Kirkus

Hot on the heels of the news of the entry in the Science Fiction Encyclopedia, I see that John DeNardo of SF Signal wrote the review  for "Best Bets for Speculative Fiction Books for February 2014" in Kirkus.

In addition to 20 recommended novels, he ends with a nod to short fiction:


Here are some short fiction titles this month that are worth a look. Why should you read them? Because short fiction gives you chance to experience new writers and new ideas in easily digestible chunks.

¨  Further Encounters of Sherlock Holmes edited by George Mann

¨  Grim edited by Christine Johnson

¨  Lovers & Fighters, Starships & Dragons by Tom Purdom

¨  The Clock Struck None by Lou Antonelli


So again, good news! Thanks, John!

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