Review of “Canaries” by JR Gershen-Siegel

The unnamed narrator and others have to leave when they came. She (or he?) takes her pet canaries and as much seed as she can carry. Others, she notes, takes clothes or emergency rations. A woman who had been rich on earth brought a bottle of perfume. The reader is not told who “they” are,Continue reading “Review of “Canaries” by JR Gershen-Siegel”

Review of “The Interview” by JR Gershen-Siegel

“So, how long have you wanted to hunt demons?” The question is put to the narrator by the head of the agency. This is an unusual question at a job interview, but this is not a typical job interview. Over a lunch of Fettuccine Alfredo and Chicken Marsala, the unnamed narrator responds, “Since I wasContinue reading “Review of “The Interview” by JR Gershen-Siegel”