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In “Be Thee Like Children” – the most thought-provoking offering in the issue – Minier takes a hard look at society’s obsession with the pureness and innocence of babies and our equation of youth with purity.  The unexpected ending lobs an extra level of surrealism onto this grim tale.              

Suzanne Church, Tangent Short Fiction Review –

When-the-Veil-Drops-final-b-fronta2“At a time when the literary community has seen a resurgence of interest and respect for all things gothic, For When the Veil Drops, a newly published anthology of short fiction by West Pigeon Press, is a rather refreshing read.”

Brandon Fiedor, Triangle Arts and Entertainment –