I reviewed Pestilence by Jason Jordan from Keyhole Press at HTMLGiant.
“Jason Jordan’s Pestilence is full of misunderstood characters who want to be touched. Unusual circumstances form a thread throughout the collection and the vaccinating attempts of a miraculous cure are absent. The plague-infested building is the human condition and we are like that rainbow-skinned boy and four-armed pollution machine technician, begging to be heard even at the cost of self-mutilation and humiliation. They understand their diagnosis and the devastating effect the worst plague of them all has. Loneliness, when untreated, is terminal.”
Full review here. Thanks as always to Editor Janice Lee: