When I agreed to review Peter Dubé’s latest book, I thought it would be a change of pace from the usual interstitial/speculative fiction that I love to read and review. In fact, the more familiar I become with Dubé’s work, the more I realize that it is yet another delicious flavour of interstitial writing. The book is self-described as “stories about love, desire and moving between worlds.” Indeed, moving between worlds is a key characteristic of interstitial writing.
Without further ado, here is the review:
Peter Dubé’s latest book is a layered, nuanced work that engages both the intellect and the heart. Beginning with the Mirror consists of ten short pieces, but calling the book a collection of stories seems too haphazard a way of describing how these interstitial tales of love and desire fit together…. (Read the rest of the review here on Matrix Magazine’s online supplement.)