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An ex-pat New Yorker living in Minnesota, Paul Weimer has been reading sci-fi and fantasy for over 30 years. An avid blogger, he also contributes to the Skiffy and Fanty Show and SFF Audio podcasts. If you've spent any time reading about SFF online, you've probably read one of his blog comments or tweets (he's @PrinceJvstin).

Deep Roots Delves Further into Lovecraft’s Mythos

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Deep Roots Delves Further into Lovecraft’s Mythos

After the Innsmouth Raid in 1928, the survivors were sent off to internment camps, where they were eventually joined with Japanese-Americans during WWII....
Poisonous Plots Unfold in Debut Fantasy City of Lies

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Poisonous Plots Unfold in Debut Fantasy City of Lies

Jovan and Kalina are young siblings living in the city-state of Silasta. Kalina suffers from a physical disability that causes many to underestimate and...
Artificial Condition Reveals the Origins of Murderbot

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Artificial Condition Reveals the Origins of Murderbot

Everyone’s favorite killer cyborg returns in Artificial Condition, the sequel to Martha Wells’ Hugo and Nebula award-nominated 2017 novella All...
Serpent in the Heather Is a Fantastic, Fantastical 1930’s Spy Adventure

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Serpent in the Heather Is a Fantastic, Fantastical 1930’s Spy Adventure

Continuing Kay Kenyon’s tale of paranormally powered  spies in the run up to an alternate World War II, Serpent in the Heather, the followup to At the...
Sinned His Last: Matt Wallace Talks the Plating the Final Course of the Sin Du Jour Series

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Sinned His Last: Matt Wallace Talks the Plating the Final Course of the Sin Du Jour Series

Matt Wallace is a man for all seasons. Half of the incendiary publishing industry podcast Ditch Diggers, a truly memorable tweeter, and, oh right, the...
Jasmine Gower’s Moonshine Is a Roaring Debut That Lives Up to its Cover

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Jasmine Gower’s Moonshine Is a Roaring Debut That Lives Up to its Cover

Judging a book by its cover is a sometimes fraught process, given that often the author and artist are not on the same, er, page. But then there are those...
Space Bikers Return on the Cover of Blood Binds the Pack

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Space Bikers Return on the Cover of Blood Binds the Pack

Alex Acks (aka Alex Wells) is a writer, geologist, In addition to short stories published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Daily Science Fiction, Shimmer,...
Halls of Law Builds an Empire in Which Women Aren’t an Afterthought

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Halls of Law Builds an Empire in Which Women Aren’t an Afterthought

In Halls of Law, V.M. Escalada (a pseudonym for fantasy author Violette Malan) drops us into a fantasy world in which a Rome-like empire has extended its...
The Last Good Man Shows Us the Future of Warfare Through the Eye of a Drone

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The Last Good Man Shows Us the Future of Warfare Through the Eye of a Drone

In The Last Good Man, Linda Nagata transports us forward a few years into a future in which the business of waging war is undergoing a transformation on...
Portal Fantasy on the High Seas: The Stormwrack Novels of A.M. Dellamonica

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Portal Fantasy on the High Seas: The Stormwrack Novels of A.M. Dellamonica

Science fiction and fantasy are rife with trilogies. Sometimes, if you don’t hop onboard with book one, you can feel like you’re too far behind...
Winter Tide Dives Deep into the Litany and Legacy of Lovecraft

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Winter Tide Dives Deep into the Litany and Legacy of Lovecraft

After the Federal raids on Innsmouth and the destruction of Deep Reef in 1928, the survivors of the Federal Government’s action against the town were...
Explore Lovecraft’s Dreamlands Through New Eyes in The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe

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Explore Lovecraft’s Dreamlands Through New Eyes in The Dream-Quest of Vellitt Boe

Some book titles seem designed to befuddle the reader. Others are only tangentially related to the contents of the novel. But sometimes, the title is so...

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