For a few months now, I've been reviewing fantasy and horror novels for Library Journal. Some titles include World War Z, The Terror, Un Lun Dun and The Good Fairies of New York.
I just received word that one of my more recent reviews, of Joe Hill's Heart-Shaped Box, was quoted in LJ's staff blog, "In the Bookroom".
For those who don't know, Joe Hill is a pen name for Joseph Hillstrom King, son of Stephen. His first published work, the story collection 20th Century Ghosts, won the Bram Stoker Award for Fiction Collection. His novella "Best New Horror" also won in the Long Fiction category, beating out his father's "The Things They Left Behind".