Monday, May 21, 2007

litcritters

This week:

Balance by Mercedes Lackey
The Ship Who Sang by Anne McCaffrey
Feast or Famine by Naomi Novik
Attar of Roses by Sharon Mock


Next week:

Clockmaker's Requiem by Barth Anderson
Different Flesh by Claude Lalumiere
Zilkowski's Theorem by Karl Iagnemma
Meteorite Mountain by Cao Xue


Last Week:

Plenty by Christopher Barzak
Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway
Mateo Falcone by Merimee Prosper
Horatius and Claudia by Charlie Anders
Dusk by Jack Deighton

The Barzak was tops, of course - there's so much to learn from him (and I wish he'd come out with a collection). And while I love the implications in the silences of the Hemingway and the cruelty of the Prosper, I really enjoyed the Anders story, with its wonderful exposition that doesn't feel expository.

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