Author: Tim Horvath

Book Review: Understories by Tim Horvath

Posted August 30, 2012 in Reviews / 2 Comments
Book Review: Understories by Tim Horvath

Understories is Tim Horvath’s first short story collection, and it is a mightily fun one to read. You may remember my review of his novella “Circulation” a few months ago; “Circulation” is included in this collection, as well as some other wonderful stories. This collection contains eight “Urban Planning” case studies, most of which are roughly three pages long; six miscellaneous stories; and seven longer pieces in the 20-to-35-page range. The “Urban Planning” stories were fascinating to read. In each of […]

Book Review: Circulation by Tim Horvath

Posted June 21, 2012 in Reviews / 6 Comments
Book Review: Circulation by Tim Horvath

When a story begins with the magical words, “When we were awash with youth,” you know it’s going to be a stunning read. Tim Horvath’s Circulation, a 67-page novella, did not disappoint. I picked up this little piece of fiction at the Buffalo Small Press Book Fair a few months ago and have been saving it, this book described on the back cover as a “swirling ode to maps, dreams, and the redemptive power of fiction,” for a relaxing summer afternoon. […]