Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Sam Tomaino of SFRevu reviews the April 2009 issue of Kaleidotrope:
One thing about Kaleidotrope is that no two stories are alike. There is no typical Kaleidotrope story. The variety here is not really found elsewhere. I recommend that you subscribe.
Should you wish to take him up on his recommendation...

1 comment:

Bill Ward said...

He's definitely right about no two stories being alike -- that's probably why I can read Kaleidotrope from cover to cover without feeling like I need a break. Even the most excellent stuff can get samey if it's too closely parallel in theme, style, or premise.