Speaking as an editor and instructor of writers, one should never obsess over reviews, because that way madness lies.
On the other hand, there’s nothing like a good review to brighten a writer’s day. If you’re friends with a writer, and spot a good review of their work, it’s an act of kindness to let them know about it. If you spot a bad review, don’t bother – even if it’s one of those completely off-the-wall, did-the-reader-even-read-the-story bad reviews – because for one thing, they’ve probably already heard about it from those other friends who make a habit of kindly supplying people with all the bad news they might ever need, and for another thing, it will only depress them. See madness, above.
All that being said, there’s a nice review of the Altered States of the Union anthology over here at the Legendarium, in which the reviewer calls our story “Gertrude of Wyoming” a “shrewd and intelligent thriller.” Considering that those were exactly the qualities we were aiming for, I for one am pleased.