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March 5, 2015 / hbrowne4

Review of Anthology 2014

Given that we are at an advanced stage with Anthology 2015 this review arrived at a very opportune time.

Review of the first InkSplinters Anthology 2014

The Ink Splinters Anthology has taken me a while to finish because I would only dip into it on occasion and read a couple stories/poems before putting it down. Due to the perfect length of most of the stories, the book has spent most of its time in the little room where I do most of my reading and thinking. I enjoyed the eclectic collection of stories/poems as well as the very different writing styles. Brian Carroll’s dark and imaginative stories amused me greatly and I have re-read two of Geralyn Rownan’s stories a couple of times I enjoyed them so much. And of course Brian’s apparently biographical stories were excellent and amusing. Given that I mostly only read Africana-related stories, this collection has reminded me that there is a wider world (and of literature) to explore so for that alone it was worth reading.

Paul Hubbard
Associate Researcher
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