Category Archives: Reviews

First French Review

Which is, well, in French.  Google translate gets some of it.  I liked this bit: “Robert Freeman Wexler cleanses your eyes and makes you more alive than you did before opening his novel.” Advertisements

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New P&C Review

Larry from OF Blog of the Fallen has posted a very positive review here. Also, Brendan Connell recently finished an interview with me that will be posted at Fantasy Book Spot in the next few weeks.

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Chicago Center for Literature and Photography List

I’m pleased to find out that The Painting and the City is on the list Best Experimental Novels for 2009 at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography web site. And also pleased that The Babylonian Trilogy is on the … Continue reading

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Springdale Review

And in the googling oneself department…a new-to-me review of In Springdale Town from 2004, in Issue #269 of the  journal of the SFRA (Science Fiction Research Association), available as a pdf. From Michael Levy’s wrap-up of some small press publications: “Robert … Continue reading

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Review in Black Static

New review by Peter Tennant in Black Static 12 of The Painting and the City, part of a group of reviews of three other recent titles from PS.  He says: “Wexler’s novel is uniquely his own, a slippery thing that, … Continue reading

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Sunday Times Review

The Painting and the City reviewed by Lisa Tuttle in the Sunday Times: A “haunting tale from a distinctive new voice.” Read the whole review here.

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Mass Movement

New Painting and the City review by Amy Dodge at online magazine Mass Movement.

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Some Reviews

Jason Pettus at The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography. And Matt Denault at Strange Horizons.

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