Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sci Phi Journal Issue 8 is out

The eighth and final issue of the current incarnation of the Sci Phi Journal (it will be continuing in an alternate form – see Jason’s blog for details on that) has been released. It is available in both print and … Continue reading

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The Next Project: Tales From the Round Table

Well, it seems like I get my best ideas from John C. Wright. You see, Mr. Wright was lamenting that there was no Arthurian fiction for his children to enjoy – and indeed, the only piece of Arthurian fiction I’d … Continue reading

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The Weird Thing about Vaccination

…Is how extreme people are about getting it. Let’s put it likes this: What extreme pro-vaccinationists (re: all of them) want is a huge, bureaucratic, government institution literally making it illegal for you NOT to have your child injected with … Continue reading

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“Daredevil”: The Final Analysis

Overall grade: No letter or number grades from me, they end up looking way too weird (I have the urge to give “Justified’s” seasons 1 and 5 a B when in fact I found 5 better…but not good enough for … Continue reading

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New Superversive SF Post: “God, Robot” has been officially accepted!

Here is the link! Please go check it out; I think you’ll be pleased with who we have on tap for the book. The short version: I am pleased to announce that Castalia House has agreed to publish the anthology/collaborative … Continue reading

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New Superversive SF Review: “The Ill-Made Knight”, by T.H. White

Here it is. Comment here, there, or whatever you like, it’s all good to me. I mentioned several months ago how fascinated I was by the Arthurian legends, and also mentioned I have a sort of companion piece being planned … Continue reading

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Daredevil: Starting Episode Ten

The show alternates between “outstanding” and “decent, not great” which is…two very good extremes to go through. Episodes five and six (when Matt is surrounded by the police, holed up in a warehouse, speaking to the Kingpin) were both excellent, … Continue reading

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