In the most recent issue of Interzone, Peter Tennant offers a seriously squeeeee-worthy review of Bluegrass Symphony! It is a long and considered review, which starts off with wonderful comments like “[the collection] should appeal to readers of both fantasy and horror, with originality as a key note throughout”, and continues in the same vein throughout: “beautifully written” and “truly macabre imagery” and “witty and engaging”… I couldn’t be more delighted — especially as Tennant concludes that ‘Forever, Miss Tapekwa County’ is a “powerful and salutary end to a very strong collection, one that I unreservedly recommend.”
I should also point out that the next book Tennant looked at was none other than Felicity Dowker’s Bread and Circuses — and it is another lovely review! Hooray for Interzone!
Subscribe to Interzone — or buy issue 242 to read the full review and snoopy dance along with me.