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19th July 1946

Dear Mom Dad & Jean,

I was very pleased to get your letter number 26 this morning and to hear that you had heard from me at last. 577 more words

Duties

Shore Leave is coming up again!

Hey, everyone. Once again, I haven’t been keeping up with blogging… Other matters have been preoccupying me, including a side job I just finished for a little extra income, transcribing a book-length SF-fanzine memoir from the ’40s into a Word document for a colleague, which was rather time-consuming. 506 more words

My Fiction

Hello there, marine!

It’s the new time fairy-tale. Guy sees girl in a thrift shop. Doesn’t talk to her. Guy sees the same girl hiding from the rain at a bar. 431 more words

Irene In Asia

Fishboy's Story

Fishboy was born several years ago when my partner obligingly pulled a silly face that inspired me to create a whole scenario around its combination of wide eyed innocence, hope and fear. 362 more words

Erica Madelin

29th December 1945

Dear Mom & Dad & Jean,

At the moment of writing I am on leave and am writing this in the house of a Mr & Mrs Norton of Roseville, near Sydney. 573 more words

Football

23rd December 1945

Dear Mom & Dad & Jean,

I expect you have had my other short note telling you that I have got a ship at last. She is a pretty new ship, built during the war and is a battle class destroyer. 588 more words

Duties

Shore Leave

“The more complex the mind, the greater the need for the simplicity of play.”

If you watch the original series in the order that NBC aired the episodes instead of production order, it may seem that Ensign Martine gets over her fiancee relatively quickly.   683 more words

Star Trek