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July Booknado!

Don’t let oppressive Leftist lit ruin your summer. Throw wide the sash! A righteous gale of free thought is whipping through the popular culture, clearing the trite and refreshing the mental palette with these exciting new releases! 520 more words

Get yer copy of Echo!

My dear beautimous random configurations of matter and energy, we who race endlessly on this rat’s wheel of life, striving to emit our love-juices in objectively funny throes of passion, and to acquire the shiniest, hippest metal vehicle and concrete shelter that we can:  This is just an afternoon reminder to grab yourselves a copy of Echo!  374 more words


The Destiny 2 Beta's Toughest Boss Is A Sci-Fi Turbine

(Source: kotaku.com)


Ever since the Vault of Glass raid, Bungie has reserved its right to torture players with platforming puzzles that are a lot harder than they look. 353 more words


The Memory Agent, by Matthew BJ Delaney

Crime never changes. Punishment does. In a time when prisons no longer contain inmates behind concrete and steel, the convicted serve their time while asleep, rehabilitating in virtual reality while blissfully unaware of their crimes. 493 more words

Reviews & Interviews

Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

“Take a seat —-.”  My boss’s smile couldn’t be wider as he gestures to the swivel chair across from his desk.  And surprise surprise—it’s markedly lower and far less comfortable than the plush monstrosity he’s plunked his pale flabby buttocks down in. 1,083 more words


The Genesis of Megan

“My love, if you are reading this, then I must be dead…” the note began. Megan flipped it over and the other side. “You didn’t know this, and probably still don’t know, but I worked for an intergalactic syndicate that worked against the draconians, who are intent on invading Earth. 800 more words