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Top Distractions of 2011
So, with 2011 skulking out the side entrance and 2012 boldly stepping forward, we here at the Serial Distractions Monkey Lubrication Depot and Tobacconist Shoppe™ look back at the various books we reviewed last year that still stand out as … Continue reading
Review: The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N. K. Jemisin
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (The Inheritance Trilogy Bk. 1) by N. K. Jemisin (2010) : 9780316043915 (Orbit) The process of creating an inhabitable world with diverse cultures, intricate languages, and exotic religions inspires me as a writer and as a gamer. … Continue reading
Too Sexy For This Epic: Feminization and Epic Fantasy
A while back I discussed the supposed “feminization” of science fiction. My piece was essentially a rebuttal to an article that claimed that science fiction was, to the detriment of its inherent ‘maleness’, being unduly feminized. In short, I rejected … Continue reading
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