September 9, 2007 in General Topics
Phil Soletsky had this to say about my tale in issue one of Murky Depths:
â€œPaston, Kentuckyâ€ by Jonathan C. Gillespie posits a postapocalyptic world decimated by metal-gathering robots run amok. Iâ€™m skeptical that a lack of metal would, in fact, lead to the complete downfall of our society (weâ€™d probably replace many things with conductive carbon composites), but given that Iâ€™m willing to suspend that little piece of disbelief, I found this one of the most enjoyable and fast-paced stories of the issue.
Check out Mr. Soletsky’s thoughts on the rest of the issue here.