Steve Rasnic Tem. Twember. (Interzone #239, Mar-April 2012)

Dave Senecal’s illustration on p5 is an outstanding support to the story, capturing the isolation, lowering skies, and strangeness of the Colorado countryside which is being impacted, as are its residents, by strange visitations from somethings or other. The huge escarpment-like things which pass by can affect that which they pass by, as protagonist Will has found out to his cost. There’s no real story as such, simply an effective glimpse at the impacts, on a global and personal level, with a palpable sense of dislocation due to the passage of time.

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