"The Concertina Effect"
Air/Light Magazine - University of Southern California
"Her stories are unsummarizable, and do not exist apart from their style." ~ Jim Krusoe, author of The Sleep Garden
CutBank Journal -University Of Montana
"We so admire its spellbinding use of language and dense, ponderous imagery. Our editors found themselves rereading it once, twice, three times to take it all in." ~ Cutbank
Critic's Pick: "While the house of horror has many mansions, my own favorite subgenre is the reticent, often enigmatic “strange tale.” This is a specialty of Tartarus Press, which celebrates a major anniversary with “Strange Tales: Tartarus Press at 30,” edited by co-founder Rosalie Parker. This handsome volume showcases work by 18 writers" ~ Michael Dirda, Washington Post
Best Horror Of The Year
Edited By Ellen Datlow
Simon & Schuster: "For more than three decades, award-winning editor and anthologist Ellen Datlow has had her finger on the pulse of the latest and most terrifying in horror writing. This edition includes award-winning and critically acclaimed authors" including Carmen Maria Machado, Mark Morris, John Langan, Carole Johnstone, and others.
"Low Like Fog" poem
FOLIO - American University
Santa Monica Review
"Gorgeous writing about a bad, bad man.
Loved it." ~ Andrew Tonkovich, Editor of SMR
"Malady Of Laughter"
Swan River Press
"...here a richness of fricatives and plosives, textured words that wow me with their density, weight, lightness, too.. an African symphony of sounds and smells and spells…Tantalizing.” ~ British Fantasy Award-winner Des Lewis, reviewing "Malady of Laughter"
"The Devil and the Divine"
"I loved the combination of ... fantasy .. and Clava's desperate desire... Beneath all of these was the uncertainty I had whether Clava was the villain - or the victim." ~ Dr. Sarah L. Uckelman, Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Language at Durham University @ SFFReviews.com
Inna reads a preview of "The Devil and the Divine," on the Outer Dark Podcast. https://tinyurl.com/y27efpy8