Locus reviews Talebones #35

Patrick Swenson, erstwhile editor of Talebones, points to the latest issue of Locus.

Two further Summer issues from the small press: both from magazines distinguished both by longevity and attractiveness. Talebones’ 35th issue has perhaps slightly more of a horror focus than usual–at any rate, my favorite story is a clever horror piece, Mary Robinette Kowal’s ‘Death Comes But Twice,’ in which a man finds a way to be revived from death, hopefully to live forever–but there is a terrible catch.

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2 thoughts on “Locus reviews Talebones #35”

  1. Yup, barring the appearance of five stories I like even better from this year (a possibility which I consider highly unlikely), your “Death Comes But Twice” will be on my Hugo ballot for best short story in the spring.

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