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[“‘Be Thee Like Children’] started off like it was going to be one of those Alzheimer’s stories that I’ve certainly had more than enough of, but then it zags when I expect a zig … This story is funny and gross and horrifying: the ending is disturbing and fitting – Minier straddles well the line of humor and horror. I found this the best story of the issue .”

LiveJournal –

When-the-Veil-Drops-final-b-fronta2“[S]imply masterful. Each time the reader thinks he knows what’s happening, Minier spins his plot elegantly sideways, leading us somewhere new but equally compelling … ‘The Third List’ is wonderfully descriptive and effectively gruesome and eerie to boot, making it a pitch-perfect dark holiday fable. A+”

Monica Kuebler, editor at RUE MORGUE –