For your Monday morning reading, Rob Kirby has an insightful review of Whit Taylor's MONTANA DIARY, published by Silver Sprocket in 2021.
We wrap up a quiet week here at SOLRAD with Ryan Carey's review of Brandon Lehmann's new self-published collection G-G-G Ghost Stories.
Today on SOLRAD, Sydney To has a new review of Trung Le Nguyen's THE MAGIC FISH tjat focuses on the way that the book explores the Vietnamese refugee experience.
Craig Fischer returns to SOLRAD to take a crack at Steven Christie's new book TURTLENECKS from AdHouse Books.
Ryan Carey wraps up our week with a review of THE BACKSTAGE OF A DISHWASHING WEBSHOW by Keren Katz, published in 2019 by Secret Acres.
Today on SOLRAD, we welcome a new contributor - Carrie McClain - with a review of Robyn Smith's The Saddest Angriest Black Girl in Town from Black Josei Press.
Tom Shapira returns to SOLRAD with a review of SLOW DEATH ZERO, a climate crisis horror anthology published by Last Gasp.
Ending the week of reviews on SOLRAD is Ryan Carey's take on I FEEL LOVE edited by Krent Able and Julian Hanshaw, published by SelfMadeHero
To end this week of reviews on SOLRAD, Ryan Carey reviews the super-hero revisionism of KANE AND ABLE by Shaky Kane and Krent Able, published by Image Comics
Andrew Neal takes a crack at the 6 books nominated for this year's Eisner Award for Best Humor Publication - which one comes out on top? Anyone?
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