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Happy Election Day! I was there shortly after the polls opened, Infomocracy in hand, but heavy early voting didn’t leave many people. There was no line so I finished Infomocracy over a leisurely breakfast instead. Cyberpunk with a distinctly political … Continue reading
A frequent complaint regarding today’s short speculative fiction is that it is too frequently only nominally speculative or not really speculative at all. I’m leery of going that far, if only because I like non-speculative fiction just fine and I … Continue reading
The cover to The Drowning Eyes immediately grabbed me when I saw it—the ships and storms crashing in the background, the woman standing against the storm, compass in hand. I was sold on weather magic.
A mouse, a stoat, a possum, a salamander, a badger, a mole, and an owl walk into a bar… …And from that one-note joke comes a pretty damn fine novella. The Captain—a scowling, one-eyed mouse—and his crew lost a civil … Continue reading