“My Small Army of Souls,” published in the Sixth Issue (September 2008) of Scheherezade’s Bequest, the online companion to Cabinet des Fées.
“Ireland, A Sapphic Poem,” published in the 50th Issue (February 2009) of The Pedestal Magazine.
“There is That Line Again: Revealing the Pantoum in Context.”
Published in Stone Telling 3, Whimsy.
“Welcome to Bordertown,” a retrospective of the Bordertown series.
Available in the February 2012 issue of Faerie Magazine.
I have been writing reviews for the better part of seven years now, mainly covering novels and anthologies, but also occasionally reviewing films and individual short stories. I wrote for Green Man Review from 2004 to 2009, and now write for Cabinet des Fées. Reviews of mine also appear in Stone Telling and on my Livejournal.
All of my reviews for Green Man Review and from my Livejournal are reprinted here on my site. My reviews for Cabinet des Fées and Stone Telling will link you off-site.
I have also conducted an interview of Patricia A. McKillip for a special Green Man Review edition dedicated to her, which you can read here at my site.
I certainly welcome intelligent engagement on any aspect of my reviews; you can comment directly on the posts themselves or e-mail me.
Allen, Mike (ed). Clockwork Phoenix.
Bedell, J.M. Hildur, Queen of the Elves and Other Icelandic Legends.
Benson, Sandra. Tales of the Golden Corpse.
Berk, Ari. The Secret History of Giants.
Bernheimer, Kate (ed). Fairy Tale Review: the Violet Issue.
Bradbury, Ray. The Golden Apples of the Sun.
Brucato, SatyrPhil and Sandra Buskirk. Ravens in the Library: Magic in the Bard’s Name.
Dunsany, Lord. The King of Elfland’s Daughter.
Frost, Gregory. Fitcher’s Brides.
Gaiman, Neil. M is for Magic.
MacDonald, George. The Princess and the Goblin.
McGuire, Seanan. Rosemary and Rue.
McKillip, Patricia A. The Bell at Sealey Head.
Millar, Martin. The Good Fairies of New York.
Moyer, Jaime Lee (ed). The 2010 Rhysling Anthology.
Rudnicki, Stephan. Imaginings, An Anthology of Visionary Literature.
Wilde, Oscar. Complete Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde.