Edwina Harvey’s new book of collected writings, An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things, was launched in June at the 2017 Australian National SF Convention, Continuum 13.
What reviewers are saying about An Eclectic Collection of Stuff and Things by Edwina Harvey:
Lorese Vera (Lecturer In English Language, University of Canberra): “I loved the dark suburban tales best in this sometimes creepy sometimes laugh out loud collection… I just loved the Vampire story with its lust for a particular kind of female blood … Creepy but somehow erotically fascinating… The dark tales are definitely adult while some of the lighter ones could be for children, or for grown-ups in a mood for some humour.”
Pascal Inard: “Edwina is a gentle and generous soul and her humour shines a light even in the darkest places… I feel the world is a better place for books such as this, and I must point out that Edwina is the first writer who has managed to make me read and enjoy a vampire story – no mean feat!”
Hazel-Anne Nair: “The book delivers what it promises: it is indeed an eclectic collection of dragons, talking horses, amorous aliens and randy satyrs. There is also stuff to feed your darkest conspiracy theory fears… One standout is “Only Women Bleed”. This story traverses the taboo line… and then treats the reader to a dark romance. Other stories of note are “Space Cow”, and “HG” – both tales of the many different types of relationships between men and women…All in all a thoroughly satisfying collection. I recommend it to anyone wanting to dip their toes into this very nice, but ultimately darker than you think, ocean.”