Derek Newman-Stille, at speculatingcanada.ca, which covers Canadian horror, sci-fi and fantasy, has done a thoughtful and insightful review of my debut horror novel, Town & Train. My hearty thanks to Mr. Newman-Stille.
An excerpt from Derek Newman-Stille's review:
“ is shaped by an aesthetic of longing, a compounding of desires: the desire to leave the small town of Brandon, Ontario, for better opportunities, the desire for a sense of contact with others, a connection, the desire to keep secrets about the types of connections one is making, the desire to just change something, and the competing desire to just keep things the same and resist changes seen to be dangerous.”
You can read the rest of the review here under the heading "Closet Town".