Kevin Bayer from Sporadic Reviews said: Spaceman Barbecue, by Peter Wood, is a Twilight Zone-esque throwback with a happy ending.
Cyd Athens from Tangent Online Reviews said: Hank has withdrawn into depression since his father died several years ago. Commander Matt Brannigan of Space Command gets trapped in an alternate reality when his ship crashes behind Hank’s trailer. At first Matt doesn’t believe what has happened. Darlene, dropping off their son, Billy, for a visit with Hank, doesn’t believe what Hank tells her about Matt. The story pushes all the right emotional buttons—making the reader want to kick Hank in the butt to get him motivated, and hoping for a miracle for Matt.
Wendy Sparrow said on Goodreads: A spaceman lands on Earth with his alien accoutrements which mean nothing to him if he can’t get home. His plight inspires the man he lands near.
McKenzie Richardson said on Goodreads: There was not a single story that I did not like, some I felt were just okay, most were good, and a few were extremely amazing. Four fell into the last category and include "Compositon in Death Minor", "Spaceman Barbeque", "From a Stone", and "A Trip to Lagasy". I would strong recommend these four stories. “Spaceman Barbecue” - 4 stars- Very funny. Charming story.
Peter Wood, an attorney in Raleigh, North Carolina, lives with his surly cat and forgiving wife. Growing up in Ottawa, Canada, and Tampa, Florida, he watched Star Trek and Outer Limits episodes and listened to vintage radio shows like X Minus One. Pete’s literary heroes include Bradbury, Vonnegut, and Hemingway. His stories have appeared in Stupefying Stories, Daily Science Fiction, and Bull Spec. He hopes “Spaceman Barbecue” heralds a new genre, Southern Fried Science Fiction.
Musings on NASA’s Asteroid Retrieval Project and Sam Kepfield’s “Open for Business”
Bear Essentials by Julie Frost
Composition in Death Minor by K.G. Jewell
Spaceman Barbecue by Peter Wood
Far Orbit Interview on SciFi4Me.com
Great News from Sporadic Reviews!
Guest Blog on Fantasy Café (they wanted to hear about Grand Tradition SciFi
Good Choice Reading Interviews Far Orbit Authors Tracy Canfield, Jacob Drud, and Kat Otis
My intro for the Far Orbit Anthology
Inspiration… perspiration… exhilaration…