...will run a review of Color Plates
by Adam Golaski in their November/December issue
. A sneak preview of what they will say:
"The tales in Color Plates are like this—snapshots of sorts, and each one takes on a life of its own. But together they form a pastiche, a kaleidoscope of worlds fused into a beautiful whole. A narrator says in the epilogue, “The book is a story, but hidden inside that story are other stories, and these are the stories that matter to her, stories unworried about why the gold gears of their clockwork mesh. Let them mesh lovely, she thinks.” And in this shimmering collection, mesh lovely they do."
Thanks to Jessica Henkle for the review!
Labels: deserved praise