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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, April 2014: Eastercon, awards news, Lagoon, Claire North, The Brick Moon, and Call and Response

From the Other Side, April 2014 By Paul Kincaid Easter in Britain is traditionally the time for the gathering of the clans, otherwise known as Eastercon. This year it was held in Glasgow, and despite the fact that the Worldcon … Continue reading

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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, March 2014: The Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist, Diana Wynne Jones’ The Islands of Chaldea, Ken MacLeod’s Descent, and Nick Mamatas’ The Last Weekend

From the Other Side: March 2014 By Paul Kincaid Why is it that every time I go to a science fiction party it turns out to be in a cellar bar with a low ceiling and loud music, so I … Continue reading

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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, February 2014: Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation, Dave Hutchinson’s Europe in Autumn, and The Kitschies

From the Other Side: February 2014 By Paul Kincaid So the torrential rain and apocalyptic flooding we’ve experienced in much of Britain over the last couple of months meant that I wasn’t able to get to the Kitschies Award Ceremony, … Continue reading

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Feburary newsletter: Wendy Webb, Sheila Turnage, Deborah Johnson, Alice Hoffman, Megan Shepherd, MystiCon, TV deals, new and forthcoming books, literary lineups, and more

Vol 4. No 2. January 31, 2014: Well, January was what one might call a good month. RDU-based convention illogiCon welcomed Mary Robinette Kowal, Lawrence M. Schoen, Laura Anne Gilman, Gail Z. Martin, Misty Massey and Ed Schubert, and many … Continue reading

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Paul Kincaid’s From the Other Side, January 2014: Simon Ings, Adam Roberts, James Smythe, and some awards talk

From the Other Side: January 2014 By Paul Kincaid I’m going to use this column to talk about some of the things that are happening in science fiction in Britain each month. January, of course, is not usually a month … Continue reading

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