NPR's Alan Cheuse recently sounded off—literally—on Jonathan Carroll's The Woman Who Married a Cloud:
“Love, death, damnation, resurrection—fantasy writer Jonathan Carroll, arguably the best least known story writer and novelist in America, and he lives in Vienna, takes up big themes in very subtle ways. Nearly forty stories gathered together in The Woman Who Married a Cloud, this collection that takes us to hell and outer space and back and includes vampire sniffing dogs and women using an alien dating service. Carroll’s stories are so richly imaginative, so intellectually daring, you don’t dare read the book end to end. So take it slow, a few stories at a time, so you can savor them.”
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