I linked a couple of weeks back to a review of Space and Time # 107 that was less than complimentary about my story In the Service of the Guns. Thankfully, a recent trawl revealed a few more generous comments on my stories.
Taking In the Service first, this review from SFRevu is considerably kinder to it than the last, and very positive about the issue as a whole.
Next up, SFCrowsnest features a thorough review of Murky Depths # 8, and has the following to say about my Peachy:
"A cat named 'Peachy' goes strangely still and quiet in David Tallerman's tale of how ordinary life can be interrupted by unimaginable disaster. The very ordinariness of everyday life allows the finale to stand out pointedly. Short but thoughtful."
Lastly, here's another reviewer picking out Stockholm Syndrome as a favourite from the Living Dead anthology.