Behind the Walls

[“‘Behind the Walls’] is not a pleasant story, but neither is it trite nor shallow; Minier handles his difficult subject matter well and succeeds in creating characters who feel like a real family — dysfunctional but trying to be loving, too, and struggling to make life work.”

Alex Dally Macfarlane,The Fix Short Fiction Review –

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“West Pigeon Press has done it again with For When the Veil Drops, a poignant collection of dark fiction … I would also like to point out ‘The Third List’ by Samuel Minier, a story which is all at once grotesque and yet psychologically intriguing.”

Samantha Moore, One Title Reviews –