Reviews
Thirty-Two Short Views of Jay Lake

Thirty-Two Short Views of Jay Lake

Jay was a man who orchestrated his career (and much of his life) with the finesse of a velvet glove over an iron fist of control.
Blasphemy: A Review

Blasphemy: A Review

It speaks casually of sacred things that travel under the disguise of the mundane and interstitial; it reveals the damage some people carry underneath a too-easily-dismissed exterior weariness and reserve.
Review: Miquelrius Stone Paper

Review: Miquelrius Stone Paper

I asked my tween, “Well then what IS in it?” He promptly rolled his eyes and walked away.
The Woods Are Rainy, Harsh And Bleak: Two Novels of the Oregon Wilderness

The Woods Are Rainy, Harsh And Bleak: Two Novels of the Oregon Wilderness

Both novels take us through the hard work of surviving off the land, whether in pioneering or more modern times.
Review -- Ancillary Justice & Ancillary Sword

Review — Ancillary Justice & Ancillary Sword

"Details make Leckie's worlds and cultures seem authentic in a way that some science fiction does not." Joy Ralph reviews the first two books of the award-winning Imperial Radch trilogy.
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