Their ship slept a dreamless sleep in that liminal place between planet and space. It was closer to Venus than the ring of manmade debris around it, yet not close enough to slip beyond the gravity well and come burning… Read More ›
Lavie Tidhar’s By Force Alone is a loving send up of both Arthurian Legends and genre fiction and movies in general. Its structure is unique, and interesting. Most books that do multiple POV’s usually alternate short chapters, to end on… Read More ›
Announcements: THE SILENCE THAT BINDS by Paul Jessup and FINCHES by A. M. Muffaz and EVIL IN TECHNICOLOR reviews!
Hello, to all the peoples of the internet. Management would like to take a moment to make a couple general announcements, and we thank you for your eyeballs and your attention! Management is thrilled to announce that the untitled novel… Read More ›
Three Novellas that Examine the Power and Possibilities of Language–and a Language that Makes Users Human Lie Detectors.
Language is a slippery thing. I often marvel that American high schools require four years of English but not math or history, and think that it’s because rhetoric, language, and the grit that it takes to grasp and wield are… Read More ›