»The fury of a woman scorned is just one of the perils encountered in Dangerous Women, a splendid cross-genre anthology featuring original stories by a number of writers, male and female.«
An impressive assembly of work: Elizabeth Hand about the anthology Dangerous Women, edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois. Her review at Los Angeles Times.
»People who don’t usually read, say, thrillers or military history or popular science will read, say, Gone Girl or Berlin or Bad Pharma. But people who don’t read fantasy just simply, permanently, 100 per cent don’t read fantasy.«
Writer John Lanchester (latest novel: Capital) about the series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin. His review at the London Review of Books.