Owl Dance by David Lee Summers Review

I married into a very interesting family. Most of them are Mennonites (though not as Amish as you might think), but a few of them are Baha’i. If you aren’t familiar, this faith is largely based on peaceful coexistence and equality. I’d never encountered a Baha’i character in literature before. But Owl Dance features a main character who brings her belief system to the rugged Southern US when she leaves Persia. Fatemeh, and her strange propensity for talking to and understanding owls, play a major role in the fate of the entire world in this weird West Steampunk tale. When she arrives in Socorro, New Mexico, … Continue reading Owl Dance by David Lee Summers Review

Dead Man’s Hand: An Anthology of the Weird West book review

cover of Dead Man's Hand Anthology
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Introduction
Dead Man’s Hand is an anthology collecting 23 short stories written by as many contemporary sci-fi authors. These tales are self-contained but they all belong to a specific literary subgenre: the “weird west”. The book is available on Amazon for £7.99 (paperback), £.9.92 (CD audiobook) or £8.92 (digital download audiobook). Continue reading “Dead Man’s Hand: An Anthology of the Weird West book review”