SFRevu Reviews Sybil’s Garage No. 7

SFRevu has posted their review of Sybil’s Garage No. 7. Sam Tomaino says “After a long wait, Sybil’s Garage #7 has arrived in my mailbox. The stories in it make the wait worthwhile…[it’s a] strange, wonderful, little magazine. For those that want their fiction to be truly different, this is for you.”

He goes on to praise every story in the magazine.  Some selected excerpts:

“‘By Some Illusion’ by Kathryn E. Baker…is a beautiful, lyrical piece.”

“‘Thinking Woman’s Crop of Fools’ by Tom Crosshill [is a] touching, poignant tale.”

“M.K. Hobson gives us such a unique take on corporate warfare and I won’t spoil it by giving it away. I’ll just say that ‘Kid Despair in Love’ is one of the best stories in the issue.”

There’s lots more where that came from.  Check out the review here.  And if you are so inclined you can get yourself a copy here.