My review of Karen Joy Fowler's Wit's End (The Case of the Imaginary Detective in the UK) appears today in Strange Horizons. As you can see on the Strange Horizons main page, this week is borderline-genre, weird fiction week in the reviews department. I'm looking forward to Dan Hartland's take on The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, a novel I adored, on Wednesday, and on Friday David McWilliam will take on Rivka Galchen's Atmospheric Disturbances, which I've been curious about for a while, and hopefully will do a better job than this woeful New York Times review.


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