In keeping with this month’s theme of me showing up in places I don’t belong, both physically and virtually, my review of Kate Wilhelm’s post- 190 more words
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Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie
Setting: Mostly on a space station belonging to the vast Radsch Empire, thousands of years in the future of the galactic human diaspora. 395 more words
Title: Cuckoo Song by Frances Hardinge
Setting: post-WWI English village
Summary: 11-year-old Triss wakes up in bed after a mishap she cannot remember. She barely recognizes her family, or her home, and she always feels hungry. 348 more words
One of the most radical, yet unradical, ways of thinking.
Fundamentally paradoxical, yet still, fundamental.
Both the thesis and antithesis for change.
(One of most difficult concepts to teach to a classroom of 9th graders scratching themselves in their uniforms on that one day of the year when state-mandated teaching objectives cross into the territory of “Eastern Philosophy.”) 470 more words