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Every summer I make a point to read one work of "Capital-L Literature" (the kind of thing I would have read if I had taken more English ..read more
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My delightfully tattered used copy of Needful Things. (Think of this next time you see the opening credits of Stranger Things!)Needful ..read more
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Made at: https://www.jasondavies.com/wordcloud/A while back I started posting collections of my random thoughts.  You can see the latest ..read more
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Some Hugo Award statues of various yearsAt last I have arrived at Part Three of my Hugo ballot for 2019!  (Check out Part One and Part ..read more
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My Hugo ballot continues!  (Check out Part One to learn more about the Hugo awards and to see how I voted for best novel and best ..read more
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Ballots for the 2019 Hugos are due in just a few days on July 31.  See here for the full list of finalists.  If you want to vote, too, ..read more
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I thoroughly enjoyed Mary Robinette Kowal's The Calculating Stars, an alternate history mashup of Hidden Figures, The Right Stuff, and ..read more
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I loved Rebecca Roanhorse's Hugo-winning short story, "Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience," so I was really looking forward to ..read more
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Today is the 50thanniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin becoming the first humans to walk on the moon with Michael Collins staying ..read more
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I really, really loved Catherynne M. Valente's Space Opera, a sort of Douglas Adams-style take on the Eurovision Song Contest.  I'm not ..read more

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