The Eloquent Page says that Irregularity is a collection of 'fourteen individual, impeccable formed, visions of literary minds', and the reviewer gives a description of each story, calling "Fairchild's Folly" a 'tragically bittersweet denoument'.
The Speculative Scotsman calls the anthology 'incredible' although he says that it 'starts stronger than it finishes.' However, he does end the review by quoting the ending lines of my story!
A Fantastical Librarian calls Irregularity 'clever, subversive, and just so much fun.' She then describes the five stories that really 'hit it out of the park' for her, and 'Fairchild's Folly' is on that list as the ending story that closed the anthology out 'with a bang'!
I promise I've not read these more than, oh, six or seven times :)