Domnall and the Borrowed Child, Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

  (review by Leticia Lara) I had the oppotunity of reading an advance review copy of Domnall and the Borrowed Child by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, one of the new novellas that are going to be published by Tor.com. I find the story almost canonical about the relationships between faeries and humans, with a little twist … More Domnall and the Borrowed Child, Sylvia Spruck Wrigley

The Seventh Garment by Eugenia Fakinou

(review by Athena Andreadis, originally posted at SFF Portal, reprinted on Starship Reckless) To Évdhomo Roúho (The Seventh Garment), another novel by Greek magic realist Evghenía Fakínou (Eugenia Fakinou in translation), tells how women carry history on their shoulders, like the Karyatids or the wives of folk ballads, buried alive so that bridges would stand. Three generations … More The Seventh Garment by Eugenia Fakinou