Seattle publisher Timid Pirate received a rave review in the GeekDad blog at Wired.com. The reviewer, Daniel Donahoo, discovered their latest science fiction anthology while Christmas shopping in a “little pop culture shop in Little Collins Street in Melbourne (Australia).” Intrigued by the theme of recovering and building community following apocalyptic events, he snatched up Finding Home, edited by C. Dombrowski. The highly favorable review appeared in April and concluded:
I had previously not heard of the publisher, Timid Pirate. But, I am now committed to their mission: Timid Pirate Publishing believes that everyone is a super-hero. Furthermore, super-heroes are the perfect vehicle for telling stories of contemporary mythic adventure. I look forward to exploring their back catalogue, and keeping my eye out on future releases.