The New York Journal of Books gives its two cents (twice)
We've got two very nice reviews coming up in the New York Journal of Books. Here's a snippet from their review of Context by Cory Doctorow (October release):
"A blueprint for well-considered decisions.... Cory Doctorow's Context is a treat for those who live in the digital world—as well as for those who would like to know more about it."
And for Kafkaesque, edited by John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly (coming out in November):
"All of the works collected in Kafkaesque prove both edifying and entertaining.... A fine, intelligent, and exquisitely bizarre collection of fiction."