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Past articles by Paul:

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Alexandra Rowland

Alexandra Rowland is the author of A CONSPIRACY OF TRUTHS (2018) and A CHOIR OF LIES (forthcoming, September 2019) and, occasionally, a ... → Read More

The Skiffy and Fanty Show: Guest Post: Julie Czerneda on Genre Flipping

Today on Skiffy and Fanty, The Gossamer Mage author Julie Czenerda talks about flipping between SF and Fantasy in her writing. → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Julie Czerneda

What is magic? As imagined by Julie E. Czerneda, it’s wild and free, a force of nature and source of wonder. She first explored this the... → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Spencer Ellsworth

Spencer Ellsworth has been writing since he learned how. He is the author of the Starfire Trilogy from Tor, beginning with A Red Peace,... → Read More

Mining the Genre Asteroid: Rocannon’s World

When I say the words “Ursula K Le Guin and her work,” your first thought is probably either Earthsea or The Left Hand of Darkness or The Dispossessed. Or maybe you think of “The Ones Who Walk… → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: Interview with Kameron Hurley

Today on Nerds of a Feather, an interview with The Light Brigade author Kameron Hurley Kameron Hurley is an award-winning writer specia... → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Eyal Kless

Eyal Kless enjoys a triple international career, as a performing violinist, teacher in the Buchmann Mehta school of music and an author ... → Read More

Managing Temporal Changes: Alastair Reynolds’ Permafrost

How do you change history to stop an apocalypse, but without changing recorded history and suffering the severe consequences and chaos from doing so? Time travel manipulation on a fine scale is a t… → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Catherine Lundoff

Photo credit: Ben Zvan Catherine Lundoff is an award-winning writer, editor and publisher from Minneapolis, where she lives with her... → Read More

Interview: Author David Mack

Today on Skiffy and Fanty, I interview the author of Midnight Front and The Iron Codex (among very many other things), David Mack. → Read More

Interview: Gareth L. Powell on Fleet of Knives

Today on Skiffy and Fanty, we have an interview with Fleet of Knives author Gareth Powell. → Read More

nerds of a feather, flock together: 6 Books with Simon Ings

Credit: Simon Ings Simon Ings is a novelist and science writer living in London, England. When he isn't writing novels, and science book... → Read More

War and Genre Fiction: War Cry by Brian McClellan

War: what is it good for, in genre fiction? War stories can provide a framework and reason for pulse-pounding action that compels readers to turn pages. They can be used to examine small unit dynam… → Read More

Celebrating 50 Years of Locus Magazine

To name your magazine Locus—a center of activity, attention, or concentration—is to make a bold statement of what your magazine wants to be. As Locus has become the place for science fiction news o… → Read More

Sinned His Last: Matt Wallace Talks the Plating the Final Course of the Sin Du Jour Series

Matt Wallace is a man for all seasons. Half of the incendiary publishing industry podcast Ditch Diggers, a truly memorable tweeter, and, oh right, the author → Read More

Sleeps With Monsters: The Power of Community in Hidden Figures

Long after the rest of the world, I’ve finally managed to see Hidden Figures. As a film, it deserves its accolades. Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, and Taraji P. Henson deliver extraordinaril… → Read More

Robinson Crusoe of Tschai: Jack Vance’s Planet of Adventure Tetralogy

Adam Reith is a scout aboard the Explorator IV, a research and scouting vessel of a future Earth that is expanding into the stars.¹ A scout, to quote Chief Officer Deale, is “half acrobat, half mad… → Read More

Of Dogs and Men: Clifford Simak’s City

What to make, in this day and age, of Clifford Simak, an SF writer born in a mold uncommon in this era, and uncommon even in his own? A midwesterner born and raised, living his life in rural Wiscon… → Read More

Book Review: Barsk the Elephant's Graveyard by Lawrence Schoen

Here's why Paul enjoyed BARSK by Lawrence M. Schoen → Read More

A Review of Kate Elliott's THE Verse

REVIEW SUMMARY: A con or bust short piece that is a perfect lighthearted bit of whimsy and fun for the holiday season BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Set in the author’s Spiritwalker universe, and done in iambic pentameter, a short story of a retelling of a portion of the Aeneid as part of a school conflict with Cat and Bee, set against a Roman snob. MY REVIEW: PROS: Excellent poetry, illuminating backstory of… → Read More