My and Melanie’s The Man on the Ceiling is featured in TOR Nightfire’s Tales from the Backlist column in a long and thoughtful review. They include ordering links (the ebook is now only $3.99). “It’s the underpinnings of the real, that grounding in emotional truth, that allows The Man on the Ceiling to resonate. No, not everything here is factual– some of it’s fictionalized, some of it is more fantastical than others, and some of it is just surreal enough to be a weird blip, to make you lose a step wondering if what happened just happened. But all of it speaks to something on a deeper emotional level, a certain truth we all kind of know. It’s something anyone who reads The Man on the Ceiling will be able to connect with, to find their own memories and recognize the weird events in their lives, to deal with our own weird spirits and unusual fears.” https://tornightfire.com/tales-from-the-backlist-the-man-on-the-ceiling/?fbclid=IwAR2iJgk7kC11GVT0A4vOTWHkPq3kp3NC8mX3CF-WFOhIz_E5XQgOddxDpfE
Steve Rasnic Tem's short fiction has been compared to the work of Franz Kafka, Dino Buzzati, Ray Bradbury, and Raymond Carver, but to quote Joe R. Lansdale: "Steve Rasnic Tem is a school of writing unto himself." His 470 plus published stories, sixteen collections, and eight novels have garnered him the British Fantasy Award, the World Fantasy Award, two International Horror Guild Awards, and four Bram Stoker Awards.