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Book Review of "Yesterday's Kin"

“Yesterday’s Kin” was published in 2014 (September) and was written by Nancy Kress (http://www.sff.net/people/nankress/). Ms. Kress is a Nebula and Hugo award winner, and has published more than 25 novels as well as many novellas and short stories. 326 more words

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Transwarp Tuesday! AI Unbound by Nancy Kress

Sci-fi is alive!

Well, fellow travellers, while I have been enjoying reading some of the classic sci-fi authors, I have really been struggling to find any modern writers who come within lightyears of the greats of the ’50s and ’60s. 782 more words

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Beggars in Spain, Nancy Kress

Beggars in Spain, Nancy Kress (1991)
Review by Shannon Turlington

“A man’s worth to society and to himself doesn’t rest on what he thinks other people should do or be or feel, but on himself.

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Shannon reblogged this on Shannon Turlington and commented:

SF Mistressworks has republished my review of the novella Beggars in Spain by Nancy Kress, which you can read below.

Beggars in Spain, Nancy Kress

Beggars in Spain, Nancy Kress (1991)
Review by Shannon Turlington

“A man’s worth to society and to himself doesn’t rest on what he thinks other people should do or be or feel, but on himself.

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Book Review — Beginnings, Middles, and Ends by Nancy Kress

Beginnings, Middles & Ends by Nancy Kress
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This has been one of the better ones in the Writer’s Digest series, falling just short of Characters & Viewpoint. 75 more words

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Beggars in Spain (1993) by Nancy Kress

Let’s say a genie grants me three wishes. Obviously, I would spend my first two wishes on world peace and a comfortable retirement in Europe. But my third wish would be for more hours in a day, just because I can never fit in everything I want to do. 927 more words

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