Quense also shows his keen interest in matters anthropological and ethnographic in his revealing of the origins of Gunderland in "a godly sneeze," termed the "Big Achoo" made in response to the taking of recreational drugs by the great god Gundar. In fact, Quense seems to find as much pleasure reveling in the universe of his own creation as does s small boy in getting plastered with mud in the middle of a rainstorm. And we, as his readers, delight with him too, especially when his multi-layered meanings become transparently clear, reflecting the multiplicity of foibles that affect us as humankind. In their portrayal of an intriguing world of fantasy (that, nevertheless, has a great deal to do with the reality of our own), the remaining two volumes of the Zaftan trilogy are awaited with glee. [Reviewer for BookPleasures.com]
Causes Hank Quense Supports
Two years ago, to show support for our armed services and to provide a measure of entertainment, Hank put together a collection of ten humorous...