New to the blog? A short definition of speculative fiction:Speculative fiction is an umbrella term that covers spectacular and imaginative fiction such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, urban fantasy, paranormal, slipstream, superheroes, alternate history, post-apocalyptic, and apocalyptic.
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A semi-current list of what I’m reading:
The Demi-Monde: Winter - Rod Rees
Empire State - Adam Christopher
Forgiven - Jana Oliver
Miscellaneous short stories and novellas
Monthly Archives: May 2010
Reading Fire is reading the best kind of coming-of-age story. The world is richly described, the characters are accessible, and Fire is a complex and mutli-faceted protagonist who at turns made me cheer and made me cry, and I quite literally chewed my nails in anxiety at points in Fire’s journey. Continue reading
Reading Alcestis’ story, in her own voice, from her perception, will forever alter our view of her, her legend, and I think, the other voiceless women of myth and story. Continue reading
This is partially a kind of bookmark for myself, partially a way to make sure anyone who is reading my blog gets pointed toward Brad Templeton’s excellent explanation of ten big myths regarding copyright. I’ve dabbled in writing for many … Continue reading
Joshua Hale Fialkov’s adaptation of Sherrilyn’s story works beautifully with Claudia Campos’ art, and once I remembered the right-to-left reading style of Japanese manga—it’s been a while, alright?—reading and seeing the story unfold was a pleasure. Continue reading