Going back a decade: Henry Kafka reviewed
As I'm working away today on Melanie Little's first-round edit of my forthcoming short-story collection, Buying Cigarettes for the Dog, I thought I'd have a look back a decade at Quill & Quire's review of my first collection, Henry Kafka & Other Stories (The Mercury Press, 1997; write me if you'd like to buy a copy!). The review is by Nadia Halim, who I didn't know then but who is a swell friend now.
Here it is.
In addition, the Globe & Mail ran a positive review of the book, and the Toronto Star's Bert Archer massacred it. I expect the same mixture of love and hate this time around. That's the way it goes!
Over and out.