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Sybil's Garage No. 7 [Paperback]

Hal Duncan , M. K. Hobson , Alex Dally MacFarlane , Anil Menon , Sonya Taaffe , Matthew Kressel

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7 July 2010
Where can you find a television that sees five minutes into the future? Where can you find dragons trapped in a jar and an illness which turns people into glass? Where might you find families who sell their brainpower to corporations for penny wages, or dead relatives that sit down for family meals? Why, in the pages of Sybil's Garage No. 7, of course. In this seventh issue of the highly acclaimed series, you will find twenty-seven original works of fiction and poetry from today's top talent, with suggested musical accompaniment, our trademark design aesthetic, and much more. But be sure to leave a trail of breadcrumbs on your way into Sybil's Garage, or you may not find your way out. Published by Senses Five Press, the World Fantasy Award-winning publisher of Paper Cities, An Anthology of Urban Fantasy. Contributors include Kathryn E. Baker, Cheryl Barkauskas, Kelly Barnhill, Tom Crosshill, Hal Duncan, Lindsey Duncan, Amal El-Mohtar, Lyn C. A. Gardner, Juliet Gillies, M.K. Hobson, Swapna Kishore, Avi Kotzer, Terence Kuch, Megan Kurashige, Sam Ferree, Richard Larson, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Anil Menon, E.C. Myers, Adrienne J. Odasso, Eric Schaller, Alexandra Seidel, Amelia Shackelford, Amy Sisson, Sonya Taaffe, Marcie Lynn Tentchoff, Jacqueline West, & A.C. Wise

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5.0 out of 5 stars A 'Zine Becomes an Anthology 23 Aug 2010
By Richard Bowes - Published on
Beautifully designed and printed as always, Sybil's Garage which has been one of the best small press speculative fiction journals, graduates to anthology status.

With 195 pages of fiction, poetry and graphics this is a substantial book. Another reader would make different choices, might perhaps have more appreciation for the poetry. My favorites among the 18 short stories were M.K Hobson "Kid Despair in Love" with its not terribly distant corporate warfare, Sam Ferree's take on Charon and the River Styx, "The Ferryman's Toll," Kelly Barnhill's contemporary poete maudit "The Dead Boy's Last Poem", Eugene Myers' "My Father's Eyes" about a young man's search for a father gone very native indeed and "The Noise" by Richard Larson about the life and loves of an East Village zombie. These and the other fiction and poetry are getting attention and deserve more.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great pipeline of talent 4 Jan 2014
By William Freedman - Published on
Bought it on the strength of Readercon readings by E.C. Myers (whose well-crafted “My Father’s Eyes” is thematically very similar to a short WIP of my own, damn him!) and Amal El-Mohtar, who is now officially my favorite living poet.

Other high points are stories by Amy Sisson, Sam Ferree (got to be a pseudonym — it’s a story about The Ferryman), Hal Duncan, Anil Menon and Terence Kuch. Editor Matthew Kressel has eclectic tastes and a keen eye for new talent. Definitely plan to buy #8 when it comes out — if I don’t rate a contributor’s copy, which I’m going to shoot for.
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