Mark Harding’s Music for Another World anthology (published by Mutation Press) is getting some fantastic reviews, the most recent of which appears in the current issue of Interzone (Nov-Dec, 231), written by Andy Hedgecock. You’ll have to snag yourself a hard copy of Interzone to read this incredibly positive review in all its glory — but to give you a bit of a taste, the tone of the piece goes a little something like this:
“this is an exceptional anthology. Ten of the nineteen stories are astonishing; eight are simply impressive.”
“[this] musically themed collection is one of the most exciting and original I’ve read in years.”
Fine praise indeed from the UK’s top SF magazine! If I was a prone to saying ‘Woot!’, right about now is when I’d be ‘woot’ing.
(You can head on over to Mutation Press’s site to order a copy of this astonishing and impressive anthology — in paper, and now ebook!)