Crying Just Like Anybody

Crying Just Like Anybody Our fourth anthology Crying Just Like Anybody takes its title from a story by Richard Smyth and features ten new stories Previous contributors Matt Plass Matthew Licht and Colin Corrigan are all m

  • Title: Crying Just Like Anybody
  • Author: Rob Redman Colin Corrigan S.R. Mastrantone Die Booth Matthew Licht Matt Plass Mike Scott Thomson Miha Mazzini
  • ISBN: 9780956784360
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • Our fourth anthology, Crying Just Like Anybody takes its title from a story by Richard Smyth, and features ten new stories.Previous contributors Matt Plass, Matthew Licht, and Colin Corrigan are all making their return in this volume, and newcomers to the series include Die Booth, Mike Scott Thomson, William Thirsk Gaskill, Luiza Sauma and S.R Mastrantone.This volume alsoOur fourth anthology, Crying Just Like Anybody takes its title from a story by Richard Smyth, and features ten new stories.Previous contributors Matt Plass, Matthew Licht, and Colin Corrigan are all making their return in this volume, and newcomers to the series include Die Booth, Mike Scott Thomson, William Thirsk Gaskill, Luiza Sauma and S.R Mastrantone.This volume also features our first story in translation, with I m the One from Slovenian author Miha Mazzini.

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    Author review ahoy!‘Crying Just Like Anybody’ is the fourth volume anthology from The Fiction Desk.It starts off with the customary introduction from editor Rob Redman. His introduction in this volume deals with what it actually means to be an editor and publisher and how personal that process is (or isn’t) these days. This is a subject very close to home for me with my recent forays into self-publishing, and The Fiction Desk’s very personal relationship with their publications makes me [...]

    It took me a little longer getting around to the fourth release by the good people over at The Fiction Desk. Volume four reads much like three in that while there are no truly stand-out stories, they are all good. Unfortunately the last two stories were a bit of a let down for me, though not bad stories by any means. My favourite story here is "Crying Just Like Anybody," followed by "Just Kids."For my detailed review of each story, please visit Casual Debris.

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