The Tao of Kafka
Tangent Online has a review of Son and Foe #1, including my story "When the Great Clod Belches":
“When the Great Clod Belches” by Robert Burke Richardson unfortunately went right over my head. Surrealism often does that to me. It does present some intriguing visual images, but the overall effect was like watching someone else’s dream. I don’t understand a lot of Kafka’s stuff either, so this is not necessarily a reflection on either the author or the story, just an admission that I couldn’t quite connect with it. Check it out and draw your own conclusions.
So, in a way... I'm as brilliant as Kafka.