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Surreal Time Press Reviews GEEK THEATER – The Complete Collection

[Mirrored from the Underwords Press website.] In what is turning out to be one of the most fascinating reviews that I have seen done in a very long time, Surreal Time Press (STP) is publishing a complete set of reviews … Continue reading

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Book Review: Coming Home by Jack McDevitt

Jack McDevitt’s new book Coming Home, the latest book in the Alex Benedict series, and serves as a great example of what McDevitt has to offer. Set thousands of years in the future, Coming Home features antiquarian Alex Benedict and his assistant/friend Chase Kolpath as … Continue reading

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Science Fiction that Pulls New People Into the Genre

I have always believed that science fiction is for everyone. After all, it’s truly the most “forward” facing genre and you would think this should obligate it to be more diverse and open than it has been in the past. Still, … Continue reading

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Excellent Review for Futuredaze 2: Reprise from Foreword Reviews

We just received a really great review from Foreword Reviews, which is included in their Fall 2014 issue. Thank you Foreword Reviews! The entire review is so complementary that I couldn’t just pick one thing to share here. So, I’m including … Continue reading

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The “To Be Read” Pile

Now that we have eReaders, our “To Be Read” piles have largely become digital lists of books, purchased and stored on our Kindles and Nooks, waiting for us to have a few spare minutes to power up the electronic pages … Continue reading

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Interview with Actor Chad Connell of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

Have you read The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare? If not, get to a bookstore and pick up City of Bones, the first book in the series. If you like young adult urban fantasy, you’re going to love this … Continue reading

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New Review of The Cuckoo’s Calling (by J.K. Rowling)

Apparently vacation works for me because I have been reading and writing like crazy! ….. not to mention taste testing Dirty Banana drinks at Nancy’s in Martha’s Vineyard. So, as I was saying, vacationing sure makes for some great reading … Continue reading

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Tangent Online – Read the New Futuredaze Review

Futuredaze has been reviewed by Tangent Online. You can read the entire review on Tangent’s website where they give a mini review for each short story within the anthology. However, for your convenience, here’s the summary statement for Futuredaze as a … Continue reading

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Review & Contest: AFTER, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling

Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling strike out into the young adult field of science fiction with their new anthology that tackles the question: “What happens AFTER the event that breaks down society?” The anthology’s contributing authors explore how humanity has … Continue reading

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Review: Robot Series by Isaac Asimov

The following is a guest post by Sci-Fi Bloggers. Sci-Fi Bloggers is an online magazine covering all things science fiction and fantasy: movies, TV, books, video games, comics and more. I’m not exaggerating when I say that Isaac Asimov was … Continue reading

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