New Last Gasp Reviews that I missed.
Well Read Blogspot. Quote:To be honest, Erastes was always going to be on a winner with this story for me. I studied the literature of the 1930s at College and have a great affection for that era. This meant that I was thoroughly delighted to read about some of the prevailing feelings at the time, especially in relation to the First World War.
Sensual Reads. Quote: prepare yourself to be intrigued, entranced, and compelled
Discrimination Fangirl: Quote: James’s feelings for Louis were the most painful for me to read, but I found Guy and Louis’s growing relationship to be comforting and believable. All in all, this was a satisfying, well-written story.
Gerry Burnie: Quote: This story reads like an art-deco illustration—clean lines and decorated with fashionably beautiful people. It is 1930s-British to the core; sort of a ‘grand tour’ of distant lands while hauling along English-middleclass standards like a tortoise’s shell.
Sirius11214 Quote: Tributary was my favorite in this anthology as far as writing is concerned, I could clearly see places, characters, I felt as if I was standing right there when the action was happening.
Thank you all – seems to have got a good reaction so far, most people seem to “get” what the anthology theme was about. I’m crossing my fingers that someone like Dear Author or Band of Thebes (more relevantly!) does a review.