Guy Salvidge has reviewed Epilogue and has some very favourable things to say about the anthology and about my story, Ghosts:
Stephanie Gunn’s “Ghosts” is another impressive offering in a now-rarely seen SF subgenre: life in an underground shelter after the bomb. Nadya and Mater are teenagers who have the mixed blessing of being fertile in a world where women give birth to genetic monsters and there are no doctors. Nadya’s father insists that she produce an offspring with Mater, but she has a different goal in mind. Visceral and concrete, like the bunker featured herein, “Ghosts” is among my favourite stories in Epilogue.
I am stupidly happy to be in this anthology, and totally chuffed that Guy enjoyed my story.