Thorn’s Thoughts: The Wish Mechanics

When I reviewed Daniel Braum’s The Night Marchers and Other Strange Tales, I focused primarily on its dealings with the horror genre. Upon finishing his newer (and stranger, and maybe even better) collection The Wish Mechanics, I realize that I cannot (and should not) even try restricting my reading of Braum’s work to a single category. If anything, it’s worth exploring the ways in which Braum’s work consistently evades the controlling containment of individual genres. The Wish Mechanics is full of stories that probe at the perimeters of fantasy, horror, science fiction, magic realism, weird fiction, and everything in between.

Read the full on Unnerving Magazine’s website.

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