Elizabeth Vail of Green Man Review recently reviewed Sybil’s Garage No. 5.
“In this fifth issue of Sybil’s Garage, the bi-annual fiction and poetry anthology published by Senses Five Press, magic, consumerism, dead rock stars, and the just plain weird come together in an uneven but mostly well-written hodgepodge of fantasy fiction.”
Well, you can’t please all the folk, all the time.Â Of particular note is the sentence:
“Each story is also peppered with illustrations that resemble nineteenth-century clip-art – since none of the stories takes place in nineteenth-century Britain, these images, which only very superficially reflect the events of the narratives, come across as twee and distracting.”
Not everyone has to like the 19th-century art, but without it, Sybil’s Garage is Not Sybil’s Garage, ya know?Â That’s what makes us unique.Â Anywho…
Here’s a link to the full review.