Prism Review, the literary mag of University of La Verne, reviewed The Book of Transparencies - "its unique structure and dream-like mystery make The Book of Transparencies an utterly unique adventure and mystery."
Laura Nicoara reviewed The Book of Transparencies in Heavy Feather Review, calling it, "a stream-of-consciousness tour de force, created through free association rather than logic. ... it is not for the story that one reads it, not even for the characters, but for the process of reading itself, and for the insight it gives into the process of writing."
Many thanks to Dana Wilde for mentioning The Paper Coast in his OFF RADAR book column. Dana writes of the stories in The Paper Coast, "If you read them in bed, beware what happens after you fall asleep."