by Lorina Stephens
August 2008

 

In this her fifth book, Lorina Stephens presents a provocative anthology of speculative short fiction, from dystopia to utopia, written over the past 25 years. Some stories have appeared previously in publications such as On Spec and Sword & Sorceress X, while some make their debut.

And the Angels Sang is a cornucopia of fractal glimpses into the mysterious, the fantastic, and surprises that lurk beneath the surface.

Midwest Book Review

Lorina Stephens has proven herself an engaging author.

The (Hanover) Post

It is often the case with contemporary Canadian authors that they have a tendency to punctuate their novels with long, psychological dissertations on mundane subjects. It’s as if they feel that each everyday occurrence is fraught with deep sociological undertones. Lorina Stephens, fortunately, is free of such meanderings. She has a good economy of words and each paragraph contains vital information.

Dan Pelton, Orangeville Citizen

The historical and fantastical seamlessly rub shoulders in this anthology of short, speculative fiction.

Tracey Fockler, In the Hills Magazine, Winter Issue, 2008

Lorina Stephens demonstrates mastery of distopian/strange fiction, sci-fi, and fantasy in this recent seventeen story anthology.

Goodreads

Stephens’ creations pool into a cooling diversion while being highly meromictic.

LibaryThing

… a very engrossing, thought-provoking read.

Amazon

Trade paperback 6 x 9, 196 pages
ISBN 9780973927801 $21.99




EPUB format
eISBN 9780986563058 $4.99




Lorina Stephens reads from And the Angels Sang