And here I am, back again with more reviews. Hmm — where to start?
Zombies! Cant’ live with ’em, can’t live without ’em — which seems to hold true for some people, at least. Christopher Golden has come out with an anthology that reinvents the zombie, according to our reviewer — 21st Century Dead. Or is that undead?
Jonathan Lethem and Alex Abramovitch have assembled what could be a “best of” collection: Store of the Worlds: The Stories of Robert Sheckley. The problem with Sheckley was that there were so many of him — it’s hard to know if you’ve missed some “bests” that he published as someone else.
We have a look at Liz Williams’ Worldsoul, about trouble right here in — oh, wait, that’s not right. There is trouble in a city, but it’s a city like no other, where stories have power and fiction and reality don’t always occupy separate spaces.
I can hear you — “Hey, don’t you guys to music any more?” Yes, of course we do. Here’s a quick tour of traditional Celtic music from our Archives, arranged in one neat package: read about “A voyage through traditional Celtic music” to see what we thought.
And to cap it off, for you fans of Nordic music, we have a look at a self-titled release by Arto Järvelä and Kaivama, who took a day off from a tour to record this album. The result? Read the review. (Gotcha!)
That’s it for today. And now I’m off to the Kitchen to see what’s going on with all those apples.