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My Soul Cried The Spaceman

A surrealist science fiction, in the ball park of Theodore Sturgeon and Philip K. Dick, published by Black Rider Press, (2013)

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Occult

When You're In Your Scholarly Room...

I am soon to face one of my first enforced retirements, the ensuing decades will have many, but this is one of my favourite jobs. I am to become surplus to requirement, a savage axing due to the relentless march of a child’s developing intellect. 624 more words

New track! International Electromatics - Sedation

New International Electromatics track uploaded to Soundcloud!  This is the latest result of the EBM/ Industrial music project with Richard Cook and this time we have a classic, brutal sound reminiscent of DAF or Nitzer Ebb.   12 more words

Dystopia

I&N Review: Wynter #1

Here’s something to do on a quiet evening alone, you know, with the kids asleep and the wife snuggled up on the other end of the couch with her iPad, her face aglow with the shiny promise of Pinterest pins: pick a pair of authors and imagine a literary love affair–one that results in some form of fictional offspring, which you’d describe in great detail, of course, to yourself, of course, because the wife is still busy pinning away on her end of the couch.  676 more words

Kurt Vonnegut

Blade Runner címlapverseny

Eszméletlen jó címlapokat alkottak a tervezők Philip K Dick Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? c. könyvének, ami magyarul vagy Blade Runner, vagy Álmodnak-e az androidok elektronikus bárányokkal? 33 more words

Könyv

More Philip K. Dick

Man in the High Castle- vintage SF, vintage Philip K. Dick, and a re-read because a recent comment referred to it.

I like alternative history enough that it is a “most used tag” on my blog sidebar. 436 more words

Big Questions

Football vs. Books

Once you start publishing your writing, whether online or in book form, it’s only a matter of time until you’re asked about your influences.  Like most people I could happily ramble on for ages about writers and stories that have meant a lot to me, from Marvel comics to William Blake to Philip K. 1,039 more words

Non Fiction