Review of Robert Vaughn’s Microtones

Microtones157jmww flash editor Robert Vaughn’s debut collection, Microtones, received it’s first review at Fictionaut, and it’s a good one:

Reading Microtones as one story in which the characters, while inhabiting different worlds, represent archetypal opposites of Mother/Father, Lover/Abuser, but also Consciousness and all forms of Death (disappearance, absence, escape, separation, etc.) is like listening to a ballad with a rich harmonic structure—of course all of this in miniature.

You can order your own copy of Microtones from Červená Barva Press

Congrats, Robert!

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