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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, August 2016: The Arthur C. Clarke Awards, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Nalini Singh, Martin MacInnes, Gaie Sebold, Jeff Noon, and more

[Editor’s Note: From the Other Side is Paul Kincaid’s monthly column on books and news from the other side of the Atlantic.] From the Other Side, August 2016 By Paul Kincaid We’ve become used to the fact that any science … Continue reading

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Coming to Town: W. Scott Poole for In the Mountains of Madness: The Life, Death, and Extraordinary Afterlife of H.P. Lovecraft, at Malaprop’s Bookstore and Scuppernong Books, reviewed by Nick Mamatas

So, Soft Skull Press is set to publish College of Charleston historian and Lovecraft aficionado W. Scott Poole’s new book In the Mountains of Madness: The Life, Death, and Extraordinary Afterlife of H.P. Lovecraft in September, and Poole is set to launch … Continue reading

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Friday Quick Updates: Edmund R. Schubert’s This Giant Leap, new-new and updated events, award news, and more

Friday, August 12, 2016: As promised there isn’t a newsletter coming this month, but that certainly isn’t to say there isn’t a lot of news to pass along. So! Here we go, starting with a “new-new” event tonight in Greensboro that a … Continue reading

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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, July 2016: NewCon Press turns 10, collections from Alastair Reynolds and M. John Harrison, sf/f and “mainstream” novels, and the strains of the fantastic in this year’s Booker Prize

[Editor’s Note: From the Other Side is Paul Kincaid’s monthly column on books and news from the other side of the Atlantic.] From the Other Side, July 2016 By Paul Kincaid Ian Whates’s NewCon Press celebrated its 10th birthday with … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship reviews An Accident of Stars, Blood of the Earth, and Spiderlight

Review of An Accident of Stars: Book 1 of the Manifold Worlds by Foz Meadows (Angry Robot, August 2, 2016) So an Australian teenage girl who feels like no adults care about her problems gets anti-bullying advice from a woman … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews City of Wolves by Willow Palecek and Sparrow Falling by Gaie Sebold

Review of City of Wolves by Willow Palecek (Tor.com, July 26, 2016) Alexander Drake is an investigator for hire in a dark city called Lupenwald, which has a Victorian technology level and resembles England in some ways. It has commoners … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Nightshades by Melissa F. Olson

Review of Nightshades by Melissa F. Olson (Tor.com, July 19, 2016) So … what if humans were sharing the planet with vampires and those creatures kept their presence a secret until now? How would the FBI deal with the situation … Continue reading

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Friday Quick Updates: Serafina and Millarworld in the Triangle, a big ConGregate preview, and more!

Friday, July 15, 2016: It’s going to be a fantastic weekend in High Point, so whether you’re driving or taking the train (it’s less than a block walk from the station to the hotel!), travel safe on your way to ConGregate! But … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Time Siege by Wesley Chu and The Ghoul King by Guy Haley

Review of Time Siege by Wesley Chu (Angry Robot, July 12, 2016) When we last left James Griffin-Mars, he had rescued his sister Sasha and made it back to the Elfreth and his friend Elise. Now he has to find … Continue reading

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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, June 2016: Brexit, Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett, Charles Stross, Simon R. Green, Peter Newman, Mark Lawrence, Jenny T. Colgan, and more

[Editor’s Note: From the Other Side is Paul Kincaid’s monthly column on books and news from the other side of the Atlantic.] From the Other Side, June 2016 By Paul Kincaid So, in an inexplicable fit of self-destructive folly, the UK … Continue reading

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