Another Triangulation review…

October 16, 2007 at 2:05 pm (Published, Reviews, Writing)

Well, sort of. Mark Watson gives a brief overview of Triangualtion: End of Time over at Best SF. There’s no real critique, but “That Ain’t a Mosey” is one of five stories “picked out for particular praise at a quick re-skim of the volume.” He liked the anthology overall:

The other stories vary from short shorts, to a couple of other substantial stories – mostly pretty fine and dandy, in a volume that gives pretty good value for $12.00 for the deadtree version, and especially good value for $4.00 for the PDF version. Hopefully with some pro-active marketing, and maximum use of the Internet to promote and sell/deliver the book, collections such as these, which would typically have been produced in much lower quality and volumes for local and regional distribution, will have a chance of getting closer to covering cost, or even making a profit!

There’s another look at a few stories in Triangualtion here. Bill Moran doesn’t mention “That Ain’t a Mosey” or anything by any other authors I frequently interact with (such as Mike Stone and his flash “The Bridge”), but he seems to like the anthology, which is the really important point:

Just covering the highlights, this anthology is a must read. Sure, you may not like every story, but each one ends at the beginning of a new story by a new author, and that’s the beauty of any anthology. There are enough winners here to make anyone happy.

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