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The Best of Michael Swanwick

The Best of Michael Swanwick by Michael Swanwick

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Michael Swanwick is a hero. He’s apparently (unless this has changed very recently) the only living person to win five Hugo awards for his writing in six years. 1,551 more words


Interview with Yanni Kuznia - Subterranean Press

Subterranean Press–a specialty press run by the amazing Bill Schafer–is easily my favorite publisher. Everything they do has an extra layer of quality to it. 1,278 more words


Dive in, the story's fine

So here’s how “Rolling in the Deep” by Mira Grant came to be on my reading list.

I was at the library, checking out the New Arrivals shelf and, as usual, I was paying special attention to all the skinny books. 775 more words

Short Stories

Interview: KJ Parker, author of The Last Witness

A couple of days ago I ran a review of the excellent The Last Witness by KJ Parker. I also interviewed Parker about the novel, art fraud and how that connects to good fantasy worldbuilding. 687 more words


Joe Hill's By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain Broadside

Today Subterranean Press announced a broadside of Joe Hill’s Ray Bradbury-inspired tale, By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain.

Copies are in stock, and ready to ship in the next two weeks. 55 more words

Books / Authors

Review: 'Stinger' by Robert McCammon

Stinger by Robert McCammon
Subterranean Press (October 2015)

In Stinger, Robert McCammon spins the relatively straightforward tale of a benevolent alien who crash lands in the small Texas town of Inferno. 416 more words


House Reading - #01 Speak Easy

The holidays are coming up, and so I need to think about spending money on other people instead of myself (which isn’t a bad thing to think about all year, but, like Lent, at least this time of year, you’ve got lots of company. 560 more words