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Book Review: The Many Worlds of Barry Malzberg, Barry N. Malzberg (1975)

(Jack Faragasso’s cover for the 1975 edition)

3.5/5 (collated rating: Good)

The Many Worlds of Barry Malzberg (1975) contains eleven short works of which four (“Initiation,” “Management,” “Reconstitution,” and “After the Unfortunate Accident”) were original to the volume and have not been published elsewhere. 1,507 more words

Science Fiction

Vhr-1.7 - Lost Angle (Eilean Records, 2014)

Komatsu Kei, aka Vhr-1.7, is a Japanese sound designer, focused on researching sonic textures and “accidental intents”. I often have a hard time coming to grips with albums produced in a fashion that seems more focused on generating the greatest array of textures possible with, it seems like, little to no regard for how each of the pieces comes together as a whole.  615 more words



This person
Reflecting through
Cracks of a mirror
‘Tis you
Years upon years
In its form derived
‘Tis arrived
The way you formed
Now forged… 44 more words

Song of the Day: None Of Them Knew They Were Robots by Mr. Bungle

“None of Them Knew They Were Robots” is a song by American experimental band Mr. Bungle from their third and final studio album California. 878 more words

Music And Musicians

Video: Call Me Unique - 'Sholow'

As you may have gathered from the review of the ‘Urban Gypsy’ EP, I have a strong love of Call Me Unique’s work. It’s so different to anything else I’ve heard in such a long time that it’s impossible to argue with her name. 81 more words