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Zeptoreview: Carla Speed McNeil – Finder Library vol. 2

Carla Speed McNeil describes her work as “indigenous science fiction”, which I take to mean both “science fiction that looks at the place of indigeneity within a high-tech society” and “science fiction that considers people’s working and living relationship to

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A. Frances Johnson – “Microaviary”

The man from PR has a brow like a furrowed dune. These are unmanned drones he says in unmanned couplets that surveil and kill. He introduces me to a gifted man-child building wings that replicate the hovering skills of the

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Vale Gough.

“All the artists flew in and / all the arseholes flew out.” In memory of EGW, 1916-2014. With thanks.

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This Week I Are Mostly Been Reading…

Grendel by John Gardner This short novel reimagines the the old English poem Beowulf from the monster’s point of view. Grendel is the eponymous protagonist, in the original a bloodthirsty giant ape-man cannibal with a mad-on for anyone who hangs

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This Week I Are Mostly Been Reading…

Doctor Who: Fifty Stories For Fifty Years – An Unauthorised Guide To The Highlights Of Doctor Who In the lead up to the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, music, politics and pop culture blogger Andrew Hickey wrote 50 essays about

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This Week I Are Mostly Been Listening To…

Zagreus In the wake of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who and the 15th anniversary of Big Finish beginning to release audioplays featuring original cast members from Doctor Who reprising their roles as the Doctor and his friends and enemies,

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Happy Peter CapalDAY!

(see what I did there?) Yeah so the new guy is going to be doing his first episode of Doctor Who this weekend, so to celebrate (because more than 50% of whovian fandom seems to be about celebrating SOMETHING) we’re

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