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Uncanny Magazine Issue 3: March/April 2015 Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 1416 KB
- Publication Date : February 27, 2015
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 163 pages
- Publisher : Uncanny Magazine (February 27, 2015)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00U4ABACI
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- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
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- Lending : Enabled
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Favorites for me in this issue include Sarah Pinkster's When the Circus Light Down. This is a delightful tale of a magical circus, the disruption it causes, and the choices we make told through the eyes if a young woman who is also seeing the circus anew through the eyes of her daughter.
Emily Devenport's Dr. Polingyouma's Machine reads in part like something from the X-Files or Men in Black while at the same time being thoroughly grounded in the mundanity of janitorial work.
Finally, and as a librarian perhaps unsurprisingly, Ellen Klages's In the House of the Seven Librarians is an absolute delight. This is a wonderful tale about the love of books and bookish things and the timeless appeal of old libraries. The author has a romantic and perhaps antiquated view of libraries that is comforting and at the same time frustrating in ways to those of us in the field. The lovely librarians we meet are all types we have known and cherish. One might hope that perhaps in a sequel the author could include a more modern library and perhaps even a charming male librarian 😀