Monday, November 16, 2009

There's a pretty mixed review of Kaleidotrope #6 over at Tangent Online. Reviewer Bob Blough didn't exactly love the issue, but he writes:
Kaleidotrope is not a magazine for everyone. This issue presents a group of passably decent stories written at (presumably) the beginning of (some of) the authors' careers. If you are interested in reading the first (or nearly so) stories of possible New Names in the field then this magazine is for you.
I'd argue that Kaleidotrope has more to offer than that -- we're very happy to feature the work of new, up-and-coming writers, but we've also published stories and poems from established and award-winning authors. But obviously, it won't be everyone's cup of tea.

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