Oh boy where did the month ago? Is it time for another monthly short story roundup? Well, I guess it is. This month has a been a strange month, for certain, but then again all months have been strange months… Read More ›
This novel’s brilliant premise alone is enough to make it a must read, but I found its poetic language, and fully developed metaphors bordering on allegory, to have a mesmerizing effect as beautiful as a rolling sea.
“Where is everybody?” the great Enrico Fermi asked, exquisitely stating the question that has vexed astronomers for centuries. If we are alone in the universe, where are the other civilizations and societies? In this MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series book,… Read More ›
Sometimes, being late to the party is a good thing. Those who know me know the last few months have been a struggle, and that struggle has created a longing for comfort; to return to familiar places and stories long… Read More ›
Howdy to all you folks staying safe and social distancing and doing the best you can. The first thing I saw was an advance look at the ALA Booklist review coming out in June. “It’s an entertaining collection featuring a… Read More ›
The world is three petals of a single flower. On one petal, humans live and work and mine and struggle. In another petal, the dreamy realm of dangerous fae-like gentry lives just under the skin of the world. Beneath that,… Read More ›