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A Process Conversation with Kai Ashante Wilson

I remember reading Kai Ashante Wilson’s work for the very first time and feeling like I’d been struck by lightning. There is a breadth and a depth to his work, an underlying passion which is enhanced by mastery of narrative, language and form. 3,312 more words


The Amazons - I am very excited

Review copy of Adrienne Mayor’s The Amazons: Lives & Legends of Warrior Women Across the Ancient World, via Tor.com. I am to review this for Tor.com, and I am positively… 72 more words


Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Chapters 11-16

More¬†Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. I think I may stop reading the Tor.com read-a-long entries quite so close to my reading.¬†They’re mentioning things that happen later on in the book, and I’d rather not be spoiled on the parts I haven’t read yet. 1,190 more words


Talkin' at Tor.com

T’other fine day that dandy gent Mr Shurin (yes, him from Pornokitsch) came to talk to me over a quart of liquor about all things… 26 more words


Jonathan Strange continued

I thought today I would do a quick reaction to Kate Nepveu’s post on Chapters 5-10 over on Tor.com.

Chapter 5:
I agree with her that Mr Drawlight is fairly amusing. 508 more words