Monthly Archives: June 2015

Review: “Seveneves” by Neal Stephenson

Seveneves Neal Stephenson ★★ ½ William Morrow, 2015. “The moon blew up with no warning and for no apparent reason.” What an awesome opening line wasted on a boring book. This was one of my most anticipated books of the … Continue reading

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Myke Cole on PTSD, Gay Rights and Military Fantasy

My weekly (for now) series of interviews from Phoenix Comicon continues with Myke Cole. The Iraq War veteran and Coast Guard reservist is the author of the “Shadow Ops” trilogy of military fantasy novels (he describes them as X-Men meets … Continue reading

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New Arrivals: Week of 6/22

Lots of reissues showing up this week, courtesy of a care package from Saga Press. Here’s what arrived on my doorstep  this past week:

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Locus Award Winners Announced

The Locus Science Fiction Foundation presented the Locus Awards today at the annual Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle. Connie Willis hosted the ceremony, known for its lighthearted, Hawaiian shirt-themed festivities. The winners were selected through an open reader’s poll. Voting … Continue reading

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Scott Lynch Recommends…

For the past several months I’ve been asking every author I interview to recommend a couple books. I’m going to start sharing those as a weekly feature every Friday until I run out. We start with Scott Lynch, author of … Continue reading

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