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Bite-sized Books: Buffalo Soldier

Desmond Coke fled Jamaica with his former comrades hot on his heels. He must cross an alternate America, where the Free Republic of Tejas, the Albion Empire and the Five Civilized Tribes may all offer sanctuary – or may seek to take advantage of the rare opportunity Desmond’s young ward Lij represents… 592 more words

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BEFORE MARS by Emma Newman

A new review over at Tor.com:

Before Mars is the third novel in Emma Newman’s Planetfall universe, loosely connected to its predecessors, 2015’s Planetfall…

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Bite-size Books: Passing Strange

San Francisco, 1939. Treasure Island glows in the Bay, a beacon for Man’s perseverance and ingenuity. The vibrant City itself is full of immigrants and free spirits, shielded from the shadows of war. 528 more words

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The Problems with #FearlessWomen, and why #FearlessMen Needs to Exist as Well

Back to the blog, for a bit at least, thanks to my first official week off (most of a week, anyway) since beginning my army service. 1,035 more words

THE FAIRIES OF SADIEVILLE by Alex Bledsoe

A new review over at Tor.com:

Bledsoe’s prose, as always, is carefully precise and elegantly measured, a delight to read. But The Fairies of Sadieville…

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"The Heart of Owl Abbas" - now on Tor.com

My very odd short story “The Heart of Owl Abbas” is now up on Tor.com!

The story kind-of-sort-of-maybe exists in the same world (or continuum of worlds) as “Kindling” (in… 202 more words

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