THEY DON’T COME HOME ANYMORE featured as ‘New Treasure’ in Black Gate Magazine

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April 15, 2017 by T.E. Grau


I recently stumbled across this from last month, and I think it’s very cool, prompting a long-overdue shout out.

They Don’t Come Home Anymore was featured in Black Gate Magazine on March 20th as one of their “New Treasures” by the acclaimed fantasy and speculative fiction publication.

I’ve been perusing Black Gate for years, and as a writer who owes a large part of his imaginative development to high fantasy fiction (and dozens of issues of Dragon Magazine), I’m quite honored to be associated with a standard-bearer of the genre, which has spoken kindly about my work in the past, including my novelette “MonoChrome” (Occult Detective Quarterly Issue #1) in February, and my longish short story “Love Songs from the Hydrogen Jukebox” (The Children of Old Leech) in August of 2014.

Thanks go out to Black Gate Magazine publisher John O’Neill for writing the “New Treasures” feature for TDCHA, Fletcher Vredenburgh for his generous take on “MonoChrome,” and to James McGlothlin, for his kind words in the recent article commentary, and his previous review of “Love Songs from the Hydrogen Jukebox,” linked above.



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