"A superb collection of weird stories that leave you thinking about them, once you've put the book down. I enjoyed reading these tales very much."
"Matt's ability to conjure a fantastic landscape and people it with interesting but strange people is unparalleled. Everyone must read this in order to realise what is possible. I should know. I first published many of these stories and have no regrets."
Paul Brazier, guest editor & designer, Interzone.
Beauty of Space (Contributor), 2009.
Excerpt viewable here.
Pluralism and the Mind, Imprint Academic, 2011.
Praise for Pluralism and the Mind
"...science writing of the first order."
Robert McLuhan, Paranormalia.
"This book deserves a wide readership."
Robert A. Charman,
Journal of the Society for Psychical Research.
"[Colborn's] thesis...is that to one extent or another all these conflicting theories [about consciousness] must have something to offer."
"...for Colborn...pluralism is a good thing, but it must not be an unciritical pluralism that says "anything goes" but a critical pluralism: a pluralism of ideas tempered by an understanding of good and evil and a sense of the primacy of human experience."
Professor Stan V. McDaniel, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Sonoma State University.
Journal of Scientific Exploration.
"Pluralism and the Mind I hope will become a gem of a textbook for any student or scholar [of consciousness]."
Australian Journal of Parapsychology.