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Reader's Diary #001: I got Hart, Yo!

I thought I’d write a wee diary. Not the ‘Dear Diary, a madwoman in the bus told me they were listening in through my headphones!’ kind, but a journal about what I read on a day-to-day basis. 487 more words


I love Clarkesworld Magazine

I read a story today at Clarkesworld that had me hiding in the bathroom for 20 minutes so I could finish reading it on my phone. 92 more words



As a writer, it might surprise some of you to know that not only do I suffer from Imposter Syndrome, I also have horrible bouts of self doubt and crippling depression. 67 more words


Review: Clarkesworld #137

Clarkesworld #137, February 2018

“Deep Down in the Cloud” by Julie Novakova (science fiction short story)
“Obliteration” by Robert Reed (science fiction short story)
“Umbernight” by Carolyn Ives Gilman (science fiction novella) 650 more words


REVIEW: "Möbius Continuum" by Gu Shi

Review of Gu Shi, “Möbius Continuum”, Clarkesworld 132: Read online. Reviewed by Kerstin Hall.

This one didn’t work for me, and it may be the case that I was simply the wrong audience. 231 more words


Fiction Friday: Say it Low, then Loud

EDIT: Updated to include the link. Apologies.

Fiction Friday is a series where I talk about what I’ve been reading. Short Stories (and sometimes Novellas) are featured as in-between posts and the first Friday of the month will feature a new novel review. 976 more words

Fiction Friday

REVIEW: "Pan-Humanism: Hope and Pragmatics" by Jess Barber and Sara Saab

Review of Jess Barber and Sara Saab, “Pan-Humanism: Hope and Pragmatics”, Clarkesworld 132: Read online. Reviewed by Kerstin Hall.

Two people strive to restore a broken Earth, even as their efforts push them apart. 170 more words