Thursday, May 15, 2014

Paradise & Elsewhere in The National Post

For those who missed it this weekend, there's a lovely and thoughtful review of Paradise & Elsewhere from Steven Beattie in the weekend's The National Post. "Her fiction is sensuous and verdant," he writes, "grafting lyrical prose onto stories and situations that appear almost as legends ... Page recalls Angela Carter in these stories, employing fable and myth, along with Gothic elements and moments of horror, to jar her reader out of a settled complacency." Visit the Post online for the full review!

No comments: