Disturbed Digest June 2018

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This is a quarterly digest. You'll find some bent and tilted tales in the genres of dark fantasy, horror, and even some science fiction. More

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About Tyree Campbell

Tyree Campbell writes primarily science fiction, plus some fantasy and some horror. He is the author of four novels [including the Nyx series], some 130 short stories, and three dozen poems. He has won SpecFicWorld's Speculative Fiction Contest, Crux Magazine's SF Writing Contest, a third-place Rhysling for poetry, and has been nominated for the James Tiptree Award, a Spectrum Award, and a Lambda Award. Currently he is working on three other novels, including the third Nyx novel [The Protectors], plus assorted short stories. In his spare time he is also the managing editor of Sam's Dot Publishing.

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Review by: Eamonn Murphy on Aug. 5, 2018 :
As with ‘Bloodbond May 2018’, I bought ‘Disturbed Digest June 2018’ in the Smashwords summer sale for a mere dollar, so it’s good value financially.
It’s good value artistically, too. The opening story is ‘As the Crow Flies’ by Lorraine Pinelli Brown. Set in the American corn-belt, it’s about Isaiah, a good ol’ boy who drinks beer and whiskey and slaps the wife when she needs it. Sara needs it often as she’s a weird girl who seems to prefer bunny rabbits and deer to him. It was her father’s farm. The corn is growing tall and nearly ready for harvesting when a crow starts to pester Isaiah. An atmosphere of menace was successfully evoked and the ending satisfied. This would have fit well into the ‘Black Feathers’ anthology I reviewed recently. The author should keep her eye out for a follow-up.
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(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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