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Bruce Boston
Bruce Boston is the author of more than fifty books and chapbooks, including the dystopian sf novel The Guardener's Tale and the psychedelic coming-of-age novel Stained Glass Rain. His fiction and poetry have appeared in hundreds of publications, most visibly in Asimov's SF Magazine, Amazing... show more
Bruce Boston is the author of more than fifty books and chapbooks, including the dystopian sf novel The Guardener's Tale and the psychedelic coming-of-age novel Stained Glass Rain. His fiction and poetry have appeared in hundreds of publications, most visibly in Asimov's SF Magazine, Amazing Stories, Weird Tales, Strange Horizons, Daily Science Fiction, Realms of Fantasy, Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, and The Nebula Awards Showcase. Boston has received the Bram Stoker Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Asimov's Readers Award, the Gothic Readers Choice Award, the Balticon Award, and the Rhysling and Grandmaster Awards of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. For more information, visit his website at http://www.bruceboston.com/.
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Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 3 years ago
Chiral Mad 3 was an interesting book. I’d never read an anthology which put poems side by side with stories, and peppered the pages with illustrations too. Visually, it was a nice change, and I’d say it looks much better on paper than it did as an e-book. It’s fairly easy to get through, and didn’t ...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 6 years ago
A quick read from Joe McKinney. Honestly, there was not a whole lot going on in this one and it did not really gel for me. Nothing really stood out to make it overly engaging or original. I usually don't need my stories tied up tight in a nice little bow, but there were a few hanging plot lines here...
Casual Debris
Casual Debris rated it 6 years ago
For my full review and review of each story, please visit Casual Debris.The seven stories are quite short, including one flash piece. The good ideas are unfortunately not brought to their pinnacle of exploration, and tend to the generic in plot and character, which is unfortunate. My favourite piece...
altheaann
altheaann rated it 7 years ago
These Datlow/Windling collections were the best 'bests' ever! I've totally lost track of which ones I've read and which ones I haven't, though. This one was definitely new to me - and most of the stories were new to me as well - and mostly excellent.The 'Year' in question here was 1989. Apparently a...
wbebout
wbebout rated it 10 years ago
It always amazes me what wins awards. This was an ok collection of poetry with dark overtures but definitely nothing to get all excited about.
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