I didn't expect to get any reviews of "A Time for Poncey" in before the release, but the Midwest Book Review really came through. It is a group that for almost 40 years has reviewed independent books, and is highly respected by libraries and other bibliophiles. The group gave a glowing review of "The Job," so I was hoping for similar results for "Poncey." Here it is:
"A touch of the unusual can revolutionize our perspectives of the world.
'A Time for Poncey - And other Stories out of Skullbone' is a
collection of short fiction from Craig Davis, touching on the nature of
Southern Gothic culture and exploring our world through a metaphysical
lens, providing strange humor and thought equally. 'A Time for Poncey'
is a strong pick for short fiction collections."
So thanks to Midwest Book Review - you guys show a thoughtful appreciation for writing that goes beyond genre and formula. The stamps are in the mail.