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Elizabeth Bear's Eternal Sky trilogy

I am talking about it over at Tor.com:

The trilogy opens with vultures, and it ends with them, too.

The prose is honed, lustrous, precise and pointed as a knife-blade.

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Patrick Weekes' DRAGON AGE: THE MASKED EMPIRE

Reviewed over at Tor.com:

Fans of the Dragon Age videogames will enjoy Dragon Age: The Masked Empire. It’s an entertaining novel, despite possessing in full measure the flaws of its source material.

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So, April's National Poetry Month: “My Garden" #poem by Theodora Goss

So in honour of POETRY MONTH, and the fact that I love me some spec-fic (fantasy and sci-fi) I found this post and thought of you lovely lot. 868 more words

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Fiction File: What a Big Fiction Website Taught Me About Backlogs

First up, you know I’ve gotta say it…

Did you have a great weekend? Good. If not, and you’re a fiction writer, maybe this post can lend a hand. 567 more words

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Thank you, Tor.com

So this is next on my reading list, thanks to a random drawing on Tor. com.

Publisher’s Weekly says of Eileen Gunn’s collection of short stories, “Questionable Practices”: “Nebula-winner Gunn combines humor and compassion in 17 short, intricate gems that showcase her many talents.” 9 more words

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A Land without Leaders: A Country of Ghosts by Margaret Killjoy on Tor.com

The most fantastical aspect of A Country of Ghosts is how it’s an earnest tale about an alternative society when dystopias fill today’s bookshelves. Full disclosure here: 242 more words

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