Thom Foolery's Reviews > Mind Fields: The Art of Jacek Yerka, The Fiction of Harlan Ellison

Mind Fields by Harlan Ellison
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Sep 21, 09

bookshelves: fantasy, fiction, art, anthology, horror, humor, poetry, satire, visionary-art
Recommended to Thom by: Browsing Urbana Free Library
Recommended for: People who like surrealist art
Read in September, 2009, read count: 1

Many of the miniature tales in this collection are like nightmarish Faberge eggs: beautiful, intricate, and menacing. He somehow condenses a much larger story into a single page, and does an impressive job of fleshing out possible backstories for Jacek Yerka's surrealist imagery. Alas, the tone of most of the stories is shrill, but fans of Ellison have come to expect nothing less, I think.
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09/20/2009 page 26
36.62% "I have to be in just the right mood for Ellison's voice. Guess I'm in the proper headspace right now."
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