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March 20, 2013 – “FISH is a genre-bending anthology that includes fantasy, science fiction, fable, and myths among its thirty-three stories. These stories are mostly short, with varying tones as well as genres. Together, they take on the rather broad titular topic in individual and idiosyncratic ways, often only obliquely, and sometimes rather explicitly.” Paul Weimer, SF Signal

March 8, 2013 – “The stories found within show the versatility of the genres collected under the umbrella of speculative fiction. Cuinn and Taylor have gathered together an interesting and talented bunch of authors and created a memorable reading experience.” – A Fantastical Librarian 

February 16, 2013 – “I describe Fish as effortless, dream-like, diverse and exquisite, which certainly holds true as I consider the anthology to be a revelation, because it’s just fish. No restrictions upon genre, no neatly defined prompt to cater to specific tastes. It’s just you and the stories and the fish. Simple and yet so risky. As you read Fish, you step further into a dark and undisturbed ocean where you see reflected light dance across scales and experience ink-black beauty with sharp teeth.” – Haralambi Markov, Alternative Typewriter


August 9, 2012 – “I would recommend In Situ to those readers who do like the thrill of uncovering alien ruins in their science fiction. In Situ gives you that fix at bite size story length, as well as the happy serendipity of supporting and reading the work of an enthusiastic and innovative small press.” – Paul Weimer, Functional Nerds.


September 30, 2012 – “It relays a world that is very much like it is today with a bit of Cthulhu around the edges of its reality. It is more like an aphrodisiac than the main event and never gets too harsh…. Cthulhurotica made for some enjoyable reading and entertained in its melding of seemingly incompatible worlds.” Parlor of Horror

September 25, 2012 – Vaginal Fantasy Book Club reviews Cthulhurotica:

  • “I appreciated the writing and thought it was really well written,” Felicia Day
  • “Thank YOU for putting the Love back in Lovecraft. Or at least the lust!” Bonnie Burton
  • “Each story had different kinds of scary moments, different kinds of sexy moments.” Veronica Belmont
  • “I also liked that the sexuality was really fluid,” Kiala Kazebee

September 25, 2012 – “This was the hottest collection of freaky erotica! If you like quickies, these little Tentacle-Porn short stories will knock your socks off.” Silvia Vale

September 13, 2012 – “The quality of writing and how it is set out including the essays and the illustrations are fantastic.” Adele Jayde

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