- Cats Sleep on SFF: The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi
Bruce D. Arthurs is forced to wait his turn: Here’s Baldura preventing me from reading more chapters in Shannon Chakraborty’s The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi. (Very good book!) Photos of your felines (or whatever you’ve got!) resting on genre works are … Continue reading
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- Pixel Scroll 10/28/23 When You Saw Only One Set Of Pixels, It Was Then That I Scrolled You
(1) CHENGDU WORLDCON ROUNDUP. [Item by Ersatz Culture.] Con reports: Arthur Liu (part 2) Arthur’s con crud is subsiding, and he was able to post the second (of a projected four) part of his con report. This one covers the setup … Continue reading
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- Uncanny Magazine Issue 55 Launches November 11/7
The 55th issue of the Uncanny Magazine, winner of seven Hugos and a British Fantasy Award, will be available on November 7 at uncannymagazine.com. Hugo Award-winning Publishers Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas are proud to present the 55th issue of their … Continue reading
- Australian Shadows Awards 2022
The Australasian Horror Writers Association announced the Australian Shadows Awards 2022 winners on October 28. The juried award is given in eight categories for the finest in horror and dark fiction published by an Australasian within the calendar year. Eligible genres/sub-genres include … Continue reading
- Wolverine Claws His Way Through Marvel History In New Covers
Next year marks 50 years of Wolverine being the best there is and Marvel Comics will celebrate its most ferocious hero in various ways including new series like the recently announced Wolverine: Madripoor Knights, special reprints, and a new variant cover … Continue reading
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- Gary Whitehouse Review: RJ’s Licorice Choc Twists
By Gary Whitehouse: On a recent vacation (or “holiday”) trip in New Zealand’s South Island, we were doing some grocery shopping before hitting the road for our next destination. We’d already picked up a couple of bags of Cadbury Jaffas … Continue reading
- Pixel Scroll 10/27/23 For A Mere $39.95 You Can Turn A Dalek Into a Barista Machine
(1) CHENGDU WORLDCON ROUNDUP. [Item by Ersatz Culture.] New articles on the Chengdu Worldcon website, but only in Chinese There have been several news articles published on the official website since the convention ended on the 22nd, but only in … Continue reading
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- Sidewise Award Winners for 2023
The winners of the 2023 Sidewise Awards were announced October 27 at World Fantasy Con. The awards have been presented annually since 1995 to recognize excellence in alternate historical fiction. LONG FORM SHORT FORM [Tie] The jury members for the award were Eileen Gunn, … Continue reading
- Warner Holme Review: Ebony Gate
Ebony Gate by Julia Vee and Ken Bebelle (Tor, 2023) Review by Warner Holme: Julia Vee and Ken Bebelle’s Ebony Gate is planned as the first book in The Phoenix Hoard series. Books by new authors, even in teens, are always a … Continue reading
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