What Others Say
A. A. Attanasio, he of the mystical insights and capacious world-hoard…proves that old myths never die, as long as they have brilliant bards to reinvent them.
Isaac Asimov’s Magazine
Attanasio is a hybrid, both earthy and spacey, trailing spores of Breslin’s bluff, Frost’s imagery, even Shakespeare’s rhythm. Most of all, there’s the imagination of Lewis Carroll.
Los Angeles Times Book Review
Most Recent Blog Post
Why does the straw look broken in the water? Because light moves slower in water. Why? The scattering of photons off water molecules isn’t the reason. Photons are very small and almost all of them zip right through the water without ever meeting a water molecule. The actual reason connects … [Read More...] about A Certain Slant of Light
Thanks for visiting my website. I’m a novelist and student of the imagination living in Honolulu. Fantasies, visions, hallucinations or whatever we call those irrational powers that illuminate our … Read More about About The Author