The Myriad Carnival by Matthew Bright

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The specifics of the eponymous carnival change from story to story, but a mood of the strange, eerie, and poignant suffuses the anthology and provides coherence. Some of the stories disappoint, but overall this is a quality compilation.
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Roll up, roll up... The circus has long been that dream palace, intoxicating with so many lights and sights, sounds and smells. Sawdust, popcorn, strange animals, make-up, and the sweat of the roustabouts. The circus intrudes into the life of the ordinary and mundane and brings magic. Editor Matthew Bright invites you to the enjoy the sixteen attractions of the fantastical and dark Myriad Carnival.
 

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Published February 10, 2016 by Lethe Press.
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Oct 26 2016

The specifics of the eponymous carnival change from story to story, but a mood of the strange, eerie, and poignant suffuses the anthology and provides coherence. Some of the stories disappoint, but overall this is a quality compilation.

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