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Links for Sunday: The relevance of Indigeneity, Candyland, recursive games, book murder, & Nilsson

Being a list of things I found in the interwebs that I thought were pretty good and all… Only When Relevant… The always excellent Luke Pearson wants to know exactly when someone’s Indigeneity is relevant and when it isn’t –

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Poemix: I Must Destroy the Space Whale

Pictures by the remarkable Neale Blanden, words by me. First published in Torpedo #6.

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Attoreview: Patricia Lockwood – Balloon Pop Outlaw Black

The cartoon reaches deep into a pocket, deep into a hole in the pocket, into “hammerspace”, and retrieves a huge pair of scissors. His mother, who lives there, hands him what he needs. Touches the tips of his fingers. A

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Whitmore Press Poetry Prize Announced.

I just got the latest Whitmore Press newsletter, announcing Jill Jones and Tracy Ryan as the joint winners of this year’s Manuscript Prize and I gotta say I’m a little bemused. Let me say straight off the bat that I

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Picoreview: Ryan North – To Be or Not To Be

You give up on your revenge plan and instead devote your (after)life to being a marine biologist and oceanic cartographer. And it turns out Ghost Marine Biology is pretty advanced compared to Alive Human Marine Biology, due in no small

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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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