I just read The Sticky Situations of Zwicky Fingers by Rhys Hughes and I do not even know what to say.
Rhys Hughes continues to amaze me with one breath to tell stories always new, delirious, absurd, fantastic, sickly, beautiful: use the word you want to define them.
One thing is guaranteed: each story is a magical moment.
What goes on inside Rhys Hughes brains for such creativity, I wonder? Or rather, I do not even want to know. I want it is more stories.
I'm glad to have discovered the work of LucidPlay Publications.
And because of that I must make three notes:
1. LucidPlay Publications is not great, not even a small publisher - so what? Since when do professionalism and elegance of works are measured with a tape, I ask.
2. this book it's in fact small, but full of great messages. I love when a writer takes us in the clouds and the story is opened full of layers.
3. Paul B. Barnett plays with words and in a short story proves to be a maker of magic. I recommend this book at 110%