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Review - 31st Annual Collection of The Year's Best Science Fiction

THE YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION 31st Annual Collection / Edited by Gardner Dozois / St. Martin’s Press (July 2014)

Thirty-two short stories by authors such as Carrie Vaughn, Robert Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Nancy Kress, Ian McDonald, Paul J. 117 more words

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Haul & News - 23 August 2014

I’ve decided that each weekend shall be the time I take to discuss books I’ve received to review and/or books I’ve bought the week before, and any news that particular caught my interest. 292 more words

Haul & News

Yesterday's Kin

New Starburst Review. A short hard sci-fi novel by Nancy Kress about aliens and humans working alongside each other to prevents the latter’s extinction from a deadly deep space cloud careering towards the planet and delving somewhat philosophically into what it means to be human. 81 more words

It denies the essential nature of humanity: our social ecology.

Trade isn’t always linear. You missed that. If Stewart gives me something, and I give Stella something, and ten years from now Stella is a different person because of that and gives something to someone else as yet unknown–it’s an ecology.

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Book Review of "Yesterday's Kin"

“Yesterday’s Kin” was published in 2014 (September) and was written by Nancy Kress (http://www.sff.net/people/nankress/). Ms. Kress is a Nebula and Hugo award winner, and has published more than 25 novels as well as many novellas and short stories. 326 more words

Book Review

Transwarp Tuesday! AI Unbound by Nancy Kress

Sci-fi is alive!

Well, fellow travellers, while I have been enjoying reading some of the classic sci-fi authors, I have really been struggling to find any modern writers who come within lightyears of the greats of the ’50s and ’60s. 782 more words

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