Review of CL Glanzing, “Fishbone,” Luna Station Quarterly 51 (2022): Read online. Reviewed by Sara L. Uckelman.
Content note: Death of a parent.
Hannah and her family — two brothers, a mother, (maybe a father but we never hear about him) — lived on a poisoned island, a place no one ever visited and people only left never to come back. She was there to witness the final airplane that left, taking away the last people who would ever escape. Her story is bloody, visceral, and sad, in ways I did not expect, and threaded through and through with a horrible, malicious religion. A chilling but very good read.
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Reblogged this on CL Glanzing and commented:
Thank you so much to Sara L. Uckleman for taking the time to read and review my story “Fishbone”.
I’m thrilled to hear it was “A chilling but very good read”!