A new entry in my almost-weekly-again Strange Horizons retrospective: “The Red Bride,” by Samantha Henderson A bedtime story told to... (More...)

Yay PG&E customer service! Got home tonight, in a pretty good mood for the first time in a while, and... (More...)

I just followed a link to Kalimac's 2015 LiveJournal post showing author gender for Hugo-nominated fiction. I compared it with... (More...)

About a year ago, I started going through the then-newly-digitized photos of my grandmother Helen's family. And I got a... (More...)

A new entry in my about-to-be-weekly-again Strange Horizons retrospective: “Talisman,” by Tracina Jackson-Adams A story about touch-hunger, and violence, and... (More...)

It's always a little disconcerting to get an envelope from the FBI. But in this case, it was another set... (More...)

For those unfamiliar with it: Markdown is “a text-to-HTML conversion tool”—or, to put it another way, a simplified way to... (More...)

A new entry in my almost-weekly Strange Horizons retrospective: “Archipelago,” by Anil Menon On an artificial island where everyone has... (More...)

I've now upgraded my and Vardibidian's journals to Movable Type 5.2. This is a test to make sure everything is... (More...)

A new entry in my nearly-weekly Strange Horizons retrospective: “The Fountain and the Shoe Store,” by Paul Steven Marino A... (More...)

A new entry in my somewhat-weekly Strange Horizons retrospective: “L'Aquilone du Estrellas (The Kite of Stars),” by Dean Francis Alfar... (More...)

A new entry in my quasi-weekly Strange Horizons retrospective: “The Book of Things Which Must Not Be Remembered,” by C. Scavella... (More...)

This is my personal blog/journal. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my employer.

Latest Comments

My Tweets

Powered by Movable Type 5.2.13