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"Lord of the Land"

Review: “Lord of the Land”, Gene Wolfe, 1990.

This week’s weird fiction is from Gene Wolfe and, unlike the few other works I’ve read by him, relatively straight forward. 604 more words

Book Review

The Urth of the New Sun Now on Audible

I was just checking Audible and discovered they finally have an audio version of The Urth of the New Sun finally available for purchase. Narrated by Jonathan Davis, the same reader of The Book of the New Sun series, I expect this to be equally as amazing as the first four installments. 20 more words

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New projects

It proved unfeasible for me to publish essays on this blog while finishing my MFA. But earlier this week I handed in the creative portion of my thesis. 1,332 more words

Is Joel Ebiid a member of the torturers guild?

Yesterday, Joel Ebiid wore a face mask during his return to active play, in Philadelphia’s victory over the Miami Heat. I am not a great fan of basketball, but during the playoffs, basketball news is always trending, so I chanced upon the images of Ebiid. 309 more words

Books

Against the Lafayette Escadrille by Gene Wolfe

Source: Own Collection
Format: Hardcover
Rating:  3 Stars
Reviewer: Laurel

I probably quite miss the point with this one. The narrator explains how he’s built a replica Fokker triplane, and has everything as authentic as possible, bar one element. 77 more words

Science Fiction

Wolfe in the RPG Wilds

A few days ago I came across a tabletop role-playing game called Troika!, by Daniel Sell and Jeremy Duncan. A surreal fantasy adventure game with an elegant set of easy-to-use rules just under sixty pages in length. 193 more words

Gene Wolfe

Review of Against the Lafayette Escadrille by Gene Wolfe

I probably quite miss the point with this one. The narrator explains how he’s built a replica Fokker triplane, and has everything as authentic as possible, bar one element. 79 more words

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