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»Some of the stories echo Bradbury only to the extent that they might well have appeared in some of the same markets Bradbury sold to in the 1950s; both Margaret Atwood’s Headlife (which she modestly but accurately describes as a “little riff”) and Jay Bonansinga’s Heavy offer the kind of twisty endings that Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine once specialized in — Bonansinga’s is little more than a punchline — while Dave Eggers’s Who Knocks? or John McNally’s The Phone Call might have been comfortable in a 1940s issue of Weird Tales

Gary K. Wolfe

His review about Shadow Show: All-New Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury edited by Sam Weller and Mort Castle at Los Angeles Review of Books.