“Cold Currents” gets a Review

Locus Magazine short fiction reviewer Karen Burnham took a look at the January edition of Abyss & Apex Magazine, wherein my flash fiction story, “Cold Currents,” is published. I’m really pleased to say it was one of three stories that stood out enough for her to review. (It’s in the print edition on pg 40)

The highlight of the review states my story is “an intense piece of flash fiction” and that “The rapidly evolving sensations from [the narrator’s] POV make good use of the short format.”

As you can guess, this delights me. I’m also pleased to pass along kudos to this edition’s other two authors and stories favorably reviewed here: “Exactly What You Need” by Brandon Crilly, and “Adrift” by Wayne Martin. Go give them a read!

About M.E. Garber

I'm an itinerant Ohio-born speculative fiction writer now living in north central Florida.
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5 Responses to “Cold Currents” gets a Review

  1. Kudos! I’d love it it you scanned the print review and emailed it to us so I might share the review with the staff here at A&A.

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  2. Another milestone!

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  3. Widdershins says:

    Congratulations. 🙂 I bet that put a smile on your dial. 😀

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  4. Bob Finegold says:

    Mazel tov! 🙂

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