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Still Waiting

I’ve been snooping through the web trying to figure out what is new in the Science Fiction world – books, movies, etc – and what I have found is…not much. 253 more words

Fact Friday

Search the Sky

Search the Sky is a jointly-authored novel by C. M. Kornbluth and Frederik Pohl.  I am not a very big fan of Pohl’s writing, so at the outset, I  was probably not giving a totally fair shot to the novel.  905 more words

Novels

The Coming of the Quantum Cats

I spent one day at home after coming back from the conference in Florida before heading out with Ron to spend a week in Tucson, where we visited Eleanor and she showed us the local sights—we went through the art museum, saw San Xavier del Bac Mission, drove to Bisbee, where we took a little train tour of the copper mine, walked up and down the wooden sidewalks and had a drink in a saloon at the little theme park of a town called Tombstone, drove up Mount Lemmon, from the hot, dusty cactus-y bottom to the cool, fir-forested snowmelt-stream top, and walked through the Desert Museum (where the gray fox, black bear, and puma put on a good show for us while most of the other animals slept in the mid-day sun). 932 more words

THE EARLY POHL (1976) by Frederik Pohl

This time out, I’m going to take a look at a collection of very early stories by one of my favourite SF writers, who also happened to be one of the best editors in the SF industry, and one of the true titans of the SF world, … 521 more words

SF Anthologies

THE EARLY POHL (1976) by Frederik Pohl

This time out, I’m going to take a look at a collection of very early stories by one of my favourite SF writers, who also happened to be one of the best editors in the SF industry, and one of the true titans of the SF world, … 521 more words

SF Anthologies

People ask me how I do research for my science fiction. The answer is, I never do any research. – Frederik Pohl http://ift.tt/1VByAhr

Frederik Pohl

Wolfbane

WOLFBANE

Aliens have kidnapped the Earth and its moon, turned the moon into a dim but serviceable artificial sun, and taken the Earth out into deep space. 264 more words

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