"That’s why I love anthologies like Tesseracts 14 – there are stories from authors that I know and love (like Robert J. Sawyer and Claude Lalumiere), as well as stories from authors that are new to me, like the aforementioned Hayward and Curelas, to name just a few. Fantasy, horror and science fiction fans who are looking for something, well, weird should check out this anthology of delectable literary morsels of Canadian speculative fiction." -- Paul Goat Allen, Barnes and Noble Bookclub
Happy November 14th! Only 5 days till "All Tesseracts Eve" at SF Contario, 6 days until the "15 Days of Tesseracts" event), and the Steam & Steel Social, celebrating EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing's 10th Anniversary.
Our goal between November 20th, and December 4th is to have something featuring Tesseracts Fourteen everyday - from interviews on our Totally Tesseracts blog, online and offline events, and general Tesseracts merriment - each day brings its own little gifts...
It seems that the festivities have already begun...
We received an email this morning from Paul Goat Allen informing us that Tesseracts Fourteen: Strange Canadian Stories is being featured on the Barnes and Noble Bookclub blog! Paul reviews with Barnes and Noble and also recently reviewed EVOLVE: Vampire Stories of the New Undead.
Allen says that "this anthology does contain some impressive speculative gems, namely Claude Lalumiere’s “Vermilion Dreams,” Brent Hayward’s “The Brief Medical Career of Fine Sam Fine,” and “Harvest Moon” by M.L.D. Curelas... the standout selection is Lalumiere’s insanely brilliant “Vermilion Dreams"."
To view the complete review visit http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/Unabashedly-Bookish-The-BN/Weirdness-From-North-of-the-Border-An-Anthology-of-Strange/ba-p/716293