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Mentioned in despatches

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It must be some sort of milestone in a writer’s career when something of theirs is reviewed in the national press for the first time. Today is that day for me. In the Guardian Reviews section, Eric Brown has reviewed the Catastrophia anthology edited by Allen Ashley, and in which I have a story. Eric mentions four stories from the anthology, one of which is mine, and writes: “…the more sober, literary examination of the breakdown of society when humanity suffers apperceptive prosopagnosia – face-blindness – in Ian Sales’s affecting ‘In the Face of Disaster'”. You can see the full review here.

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2 thoughts on “Mentioned in despatches

  1. Congrats, Ian. It is an exciting moment. I hope there are many more for you.

  2. Pingback: The road to 2011 « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

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