Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey

The places we love most in life can harm us as well as sustain us. Childhood can be idyllic and beautiful, but even the most bucolic towns can have lurking dangers. Jeannine Hall Gailey’s┬áThe Robot Scientist’s Daughter is a collection that is part science-fiction fairy tale and part revelation. Drawing on her childhood in OakContinue reading “Review: The Robot Scientist’s Daughter by Jeannine Hall Gailey”

Review: The Eye of Caroline Herschel by Laura Long

Regular readers know I don’t write many reviews for this blog. While I keep a reading journal, but generally, I keep my reactions and opinions private. But when Laura Long, a fellow member of the WOM-PO listserv, put out a call for reviews for her recent chapbook, I was intrigued. And not just because IContinue reading “Review: The Eye of Caroline Herschel by Laura Long”