New Review of The Rusted City at Weave Magazine

There is a new review of The Rusted City up on Weave Magazine’s site! An excerpt:

It reads like an extended fairy tale, a modern version of an old-fashioned story in which rust/blood, fear, and pain leave trails on the road to rebirth.

I love this meditation on the cover art, which I had the pleasure of finding and soliciting from artist Sharon Pazner:

The reader enters Rochelle Hurt’s lost kingdom through an empty chair. Her cover illustration, Sharon Pazner’s “Throne,” is a doll-sized, kitchen-chair construction of concrete and bent, tarnished nails that might guard a parking space in any American Rust Belt city. Delicate and tough, homely and haunting, it is a near perfect metaphor for the world Hurt recreates from rough materials and memory.

Read the full review here!

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