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Arthur C Clarke and me

I never met Arthur C Clarke.  This is the second post in my planned blog series Author X and me, where I write about my overall experience with an author’s work, and whether I plan to read their books in the future. Clarke may have been the first science fiction author I ever read.  I […]

Smoke Eaters

This is my second brief post about reading for the Planetary Awards.  The February 14th deadline is almost here, so don’t forget to make your own nominations.  Yesterday, I posted about Embers of War and why it wouldn’t get my nomination.  Today, I’m posting about Smoke Eaters and why it won’t, either. Firefighters versus dragons […]

Secret Agent of Terra

January is, as usual, Vintage Science Fiction month among my fellow bloggers.  Also as usual, I’ve waited until almost the end of the month to join in.  This year, I decided to do some reading from the Ace Doubles I purchased. Secret Agent of Terra In this novella, there is a galactic empire, but there […]