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So, the Sad Puppies Then… Part One: The Origins Of Science Fiction

I promised to talk about the “sad puppy slate” for the Hugos, because I think this is something that a lot of people who aren’t reading my Hugo posts might find interesting. So let’s talk about the origins of science … Continue reading

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Tiredblogging: The Anchoring Of The Thread (or, Towards A Grand Unified Theory Of Time-Travel In Doctor Who)

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a week now, and been putting it off until I’m less tired. But then I realised that if I hadn’t been less tired in a week, I probably wouldn’t be any time … Continue reading

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Rite Of Passage: A Short Story

I may put this one up on Kindle/Smashwords tomorrow, but I’m too tired to post it to those sites now. Incidentally, DailySF turned this down because they’d just purchased another story that was quite similar, so if you see something … Continue reading

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Free Will and Testament: A Short Story

Quick short story here. This one’s going in the short story collection but not being sold separately, as it’s too short… Free Will And Testament One of the great pastimes for those of us with a rigorous mathematical bent is … Continue reading

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So, what SF books should I be reading?

I’ve recently been wanting to read more new science fiction books – mostly since discovering Charles Stross’ writing last year – but I’m not sure what’s actually good. I’m more than familiar with the genre from roughly 1930-1980 – I … Continue reading

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