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Book Review: Abyss, Kate Wilhelm (1971)

(Lou Feck’s cover for the 1973 edition)

4/5 (collated rating: Good)

Kate Wilhem’s SF forms one of the foundational pillars propping up my fascination with the genre.   828 more words

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Earth 2788 is now available in paperback

I was planning to release the trade paperback of Telepath next, but the printers sent me a proof copy of the wrong book. That delays things so I probably won’t be able to release the paperback of Telepath for at least another two weeks. 55 more words


Book Review: The Committed Men, M. John Harrison (1971)

(Chris Yates’ cover for the 1971 edition)

4.5/5 (Very Good)

Entropic visions of decay and despair inhabit M. John Harrison’s first novel The Committed Men… 804 more words

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Satin Publishing Review

As the dust tries its best to settle from the release of my first book Open Evening ; I must look towards reviewing the services provided by my publisher.  819 more words

Reading: How my day went yesterday

One thing I haven’t ever done is spent so much on a whole hoard of books (that I’m not sure where I’m going to put yet, since I don’t have the space), in one go. 234 more words

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The Myths of Publishing

Self-Publishing is a Last Resort.

No. To self-publish or operate as an Individual Publisher or an Indie, is often the best creative choice. Without the shackles of commercial pressure, genre-blending or your own personal genre, is the new kid on the block! 1,625 more words

Book Review: Tau Zero, Poul Anderson (1970)

(Anita Siegel’s cover for the 1970 edition)

3/5 (Average)

Nominated for the 1971 Hugo Award for Best Novel

Poul Anderson’s Tau Zero (1970) exemplifies the type of SF I no longer enjoy.   1,113 more words

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