The Rumpus review of Fables

I am ridiculously late posting this, but here is a wonderful review of Fables by Nick Sturm:

 "A tension between the known and the unknown, charged with a menacing ambiguity, pulses through Goldstein’s language. Antiquated elements (“poisoned bread”) mix with contemporary moments of horror (“the brief sweep of the flashlights”) to create a wholly new kind of fable, one with implications that are discomforting and threatening in their lack of resolution."