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Review - Yesterday's Kin

Yesterday’s Kin, Nancy Kress
Received to review via Netgalley

This novella has two complementary storylines, really: each relies on the other to give it more meaning and to create tension, although each could be a satisfying story on its own. 264 more words


Beggars in Spain: What If You Never Had To Sleep Again?

In this Hugo and Nebula Award Winner, Nancy Kress creates a near future where scientists have discovered that sleep is a left-over mechanism that’s no longer necessary, like the appendix. 537 more words


A Galaxy of Talent

I am elated to share the news that my story, “Luck of the Chieftain’s Arrow,” will appear in Galaxy’s Edge issue #14 alongside stories by Alan Dean Foster, Larry Niven, Nancy Kress, Greg Benford, Robert Heinlein & more. 40 more words


After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall – Nancy Kress

Another of my Interzone reviews, from 2012

After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall

Nancy Kress, Tachyon Publications, 192pp, pb

Daily life shows us over and over that there is no such thing as a reliable, infallible witness. 763 more words


DBW Review: Beginnings, Middles, and Ends by Nancy Kress

Nancy Kress’s name gets tossed around a lot in fiction writing circles. So in today’s DBW Review, I decided to take a look at one of her books in the… 776 more words


A Study in Omniscient POV: Part 2

Wednesday, I introduced the validity of the omniscient point of view as the perspective of choice for authors who are “after the kind of insight that comes from contemplating events rather than participating in them” ( 1,321 more words


Review: Yesterday's Kin by Nancy Kress

Published by: Tachyon Publications
ISBN: 1616961759
ISBN 13: 9781616961756
Published: September 2014
Pages: 192
Format reviewed: eVersion from NetGalley
Site: Author Site
Goodreads: Book Page… 639 more words