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Babel-17 (1966) by Samuel R. Delany

“’All the misunderstandings that tie the world up and keep people apart were quivering before me at once, waiting for me to untangle them, explain them, and I couldn’t’” (ch. 888 more words

Science Fiction

Announcing Belt Three

I’ve been sitting on this news for a while, but now the press release is out and it’s official:

My first novel, Belt Three, will be published by… 119 more words

Writing

Living Space Ship 2

My little hideout on the science ship is perfectly located for my needs; away from other people but close to all the service panels. It did not take me long to steal some electronic equipment and hack into the communication grid. 897 more words

Chad Battleheart

Guest Post: Author J.S. Collyer "For The Love"

I’m fairly certain I stumbled upon J.S. Collyer thanks to some smart postings over at Chuck Wendig’s blog, smart enough to get me awfully curious about what was happening in her corner of the blogosphere. 1,710 more words

Books

Trope-a-Day: Space Pirates

Space Pirates: Type I is occasionally possible, thanks to the constraints of economically favorable trajectories, refueling stations (around gas giants), and the stargates themselves making it at least possible to lie around in somewhat-disguised- bearing in mind the constraints covered under… 259 more words

Trope-a-Day