On his fiction review page Quick Sip Reviews, Charles Payseur posts a flattering and thought-provoking review of my story “Laws of Impermanence” in Uncanny Magazine. There are things about this review that I like even better than the story. 😉
Here is my review of Timepiece by Heather Albano. Jane Austen Characters in an H. G. Wells Situation If Elizabeth Bennett or Eleanor Dashwood had been given the choice of living the privileged, restricted Regency life into which they were born, on the one hand, or hurtling into the future […]
The 2010 Hugo nominees include at least three stories that puzzle over the nature of love. This is nothing new for science fiction, but it is remarkable to me that they arose at about the same time, and that many people were reading them in tandem, as it were, in […]
I’m new to this game of getting reviews. If I repost the reviews that praise me, and ignore the ones that pan me, does that show that I care too much about the reviews? This one I couldn’t resist. It’s from Nate Winchester’s review of Clockwork Phoenix 3 on ImpishIdea.com: […]
Alexander Jablokov is one of my science fiction heroes. I read the novella version of "A Deeper Sea" back in 1989, and it inspired me to start reading SF short fiction again. His collection The Breath of Suspension took my own breath away, especially the story "Living Will," which is […]
time-shark is offering Review Copies of Clockwork Phoenix 3 to those who will write and post reviews. You can contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org, or look at the details of his offer here.
I don’t normally get to pore over Nebula or Hugo Award nominees before the awards are given, but this year Starship Sofa put audio recordings of all seven Nebula short story nominees on podcast. So I listened to them during my commute. What a pleasure! If I were in the […]