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  1. 2020/11/25 09:39:15 OF Blog of the Fallen含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  2. 2020/11/25 08:08:13 SF Signal含むアンテナおとなりページ

    MIND MELD: Great Gift Ideas For Geeks and Science Fiction and Fantasy Fans
    Published On: November 24, 2010
    [Do you have an idea for a future Mind Meld? Let us know!] As the holidays approach and our thoughts turn towards our loved ones, we are faced with the sometimes-daunting task of gift giving. What’s a good gift for that special someone? Well, if that someone is a speculative fiction fan and/or a geek, here are some suggestions from Continue Reading →
    WINNERS: “Walking Dead” Books by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
    Published On: November 24, 2012
    The winners of our giveaway for some Walking Dead novels have been chosen and notified. Congratulations to: Miguel O. (Prize: The Rise of the Governor and Road to Woodbury) Doug F. (Prize: The Rise of the Governor and Road to Woodbury) David W. (Prize: Road to Woodbury manuscript with with exclusive comics art of the governor on the front) Continue Reading →
    FREE Audiobook Download: LEGION: SKIN DEEP by Brandon Sanderson
    Published On: November 24, 2014
    Starting today and lasting for the net 30 days or so, you can download the audible audiobook version of Brandon Sanderson’s Legion: Skin Deep for absolutely free! Brandon Sanderson is one of the most significant fantasists to enter the field in a good many years. His ambitious, multi-volume epics (Mistborn, The Stormlight Archive) and his stellar continuation of Robert Continue Reading →
    [SF/F/H Link Post] Jon Snow’s Return to GAME OF THRONES; The Man in the High Castle Reflects America’s Reality; STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT Art
    Interviews & Profiles Tor.com interviews Kate Elliott and Emma Newman. Little Red Reviewer interviews Karina Sumner Smith. Lawrence M. Schoen interviews Michael Livingston. The Qwillery interviews Michael Livingston. The New York Times profiles XKCD’s Randall Munroe.
    eBook Deal for SF Signal Readers: Get Robert Reed’s BEYOND THE VEIL OF STARS for Only $1.49!
    Published On: November 24, 2014
    If you’ve never been wowed by the fiction of Hugo Award-winning author Robert Reed, you’be got no reason to put it off any longer. Right now, SF Signal readers (that’s you) can take advantage of a special deal: You can get Robert Reed’s Beyond the Veil of Stars for only $1.49! Read on to see how to jump all over Continue Reading →

  3. 2020/11/25 06:08:19 Whatever含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Five Things, 11/24/20
    Posted on November 24, 2020 4 Comments
    And what five things am I thinking about today? Well!
    Biden gets 80 million votes: According the Cook Political Report’s Popular Vote Tracker. That’s ten million more than Obama got in 2008 — the previous record for a winning presidential candidate — and currently about six million more votes than Trump got. Percentage-wise Biden’s above 51% while Trump’s at a hair above 47.1%. And this is apparently the best voter turnout in about a century, percentage-wise, with roughly two thirds of eligible voters having voted. As a fan of voting, this warms my heart.
    Also, this is a reminder that this election, on the presidential level at least, was not actually anything approaching close: Biden won by a lot in the raw numbers of the popular vote, won by a sizable percentage of the popular vote, won most “battleground” states by wider margins than Trump won in 2016, and, of course, bested Trump in the electoral vote battle with quite a lot of room to spare. I understand it is in the nature of the Trump partisans to suggest this election was closer than it was, and I likewise understand it is in the nature of many Biden voters to want to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, but, once again: This was not anything approaching close. Trump lost, big time, definitively, and unambiguously.
    But the Democrats lost seats in the House and might not take the Senate! Some of you are likely saying. To which my response is: And? I don’t think the modern GOP should be held up as a model of good governance in just about any respect, but I will tell you this much, if everything were reversed, the Republicans would be screaming from the top of their lungs about their “mandate.” I don’t think it would be a bad thing for the Democrats to take a moment from hand-wringing and take a goddamn victory lap or two. And also to tell GOP-leaning people warning them against hubris to take a whole seat and enjoy sitting for a bit.
    The market speaks: How does corporate America feel about the transition? It seems pretty happy about it — stocks got a jolt yesterday when Janet Yellin was announced as Biden’s pick for Treasury, and the Dow Jones got up over 30K for the first time in the wake of the official start of the transition. Trump tried to take credit for it, of course, because he would, wouldn’t he. But we know that the reason it’s up is he’s on the way out. In a larger sense, given the general tone of Biden’s staff and cabinet picks — deeply not-radical, and deeply experiencedツ〓 — it seems like there’s a general sense of relief that grown-ups are going to be in control again soon. Heck, even General Motors is cozying up to Biden, and you know what they say: What’s good for General Motors is good for America.
    Yeah, okay, but what about those 74 million Trump voters? Well, what about them? They’re a third of the population, but hard as it may be to believe, not every one of those 74 million people who voted for Trump is a MAGA hat-wearing, Trump-flags-on-the-pickup-truck, switched-to-Newsmax-because-Fox-is-too-liberal sort. While there will always be a hard nugget of these sort of racist dickheads, not to be ignored or discounted, it’s also very likely that a substantial number of the people who voted for Trump will get back to their lives, now that Trump’s dimwitted coup attempt was shown to be farce. He’s a loser now, and there’s no path back from him being a loser. His invulnerability spell has worn off. And while that hard nugget of racist dickheads will continue to argue the election was stolen, I’m going to suggest that at this point most people know better, or will, soon enough.
    Again: Not saying that suddenly a whole bunch of Trump voters are suddenly going to say they voted for Biden, or that the GOP, taken as a whole, is going t

  4. 2020/11/25 03:52:16 Omnivoracious含むアンテナおとなりページ

    The best history books of November
    The best history books of November
    Chris Schluep on November 24, 2020
    If you’re looking for a good book to read this month, be sure to check out this list.
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    Misty Copeland’s favorite reads of 2020
    Seira Wilson on November 24, 2020
    Here’s a look at four books that captured the attention of this world-renowned ballerina and best-selling author this year.
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  5. 2020/11/24 23:52:40 Strange Horizons Reviews含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Articles, Non-Fiction
    Moving Beyond Diversity: A Conversation We Need To Have In SFF
    By: Cat Rambo
    Columns, Non-Fiction
    The Myriad Drumbeats of Afrofuturism
    By: Mame Bougouma Diene
    Columns, Non-Fiction
    Stories from the Radio
    By: Kuzhali Manickavel

  6. 2020/11/24 17:18:00 Fantasy Book Critic含むアンテナおとなりページ

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    The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens (reviewed by Mihi...
    Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    The Stone Knife by Anna Stephens (reviewed by Mihir Wanchoo)
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    Order The Stone Knife over HERE (USA) & HERE (UK)
    Read Fantasy Book Critic’s review of Godblind
    OFFICIAL AUTHOR INFORMATION: Anna Stephens is the author of the Godblind trilogy: Godblind, Darksoul, and Bloodchild, which are published through HarperVoyager in the UK and Commonwealth, and Talos Press in North America. A literature graduate from the Open University, Anna loves all things speculative, from books to film and TV, including classic Hammer and Universal horror films, as well as DnD and the chameleon genius of David Bowie.
    As a practitioner of Historical European Martial Arts, with a focus on Italian longsword, and a second Dan black belt in Shotokan Karate, she’s no stranger to the feeling of being hit in the face, which is more help than you would expect when writing fight scenes.
    OFFICIAL BOOK BLURB: For generations, the forests of Ixachipan have echoed with the clash of weapons, as nation after nation has fallen to the Empire of Songs – and to the unending, magical music that binds its people together. Now, only two free tribes remain.
    The Empire is not their only enemy. Monstrous, scaled predators lurk in rivers and streams, with a deadly music of their own.
    As battle looms, fighters on both sides must decide how far they will go for their beliefs and for the ones they love – a veteran general seeks peace through war, a warrior and a shaman set out to understand their enemies, and an ambitious noble tries to bend ancient magic to her will.
    OVERVIEW/ANALYSIS: The Stone Knife is Anna Stephens’ new foray into the world of epic fantasy and it’s as different from her previous trilogy in terms of her world, characters, and darkness. I had enjoyed her Godblind trilogy but with this new trilogy focusing on Pseudo-Central/South American culture, I was very, very excited to read it.
    This new book starts out with a people in disarray and running from a rapidly expanding empire. The main story is set in the peninsular lands of Ixachipan. The Empire of Songs has conquered everything and everyone in these lands with their powerful musical magic. However things haven’t gone entirely dire as two forest tribes are still resisting the empire’s ambitions. The Tokoban and Yalotlan tribes are feeling the encroachment as well as the refugees who are slowly trickling in from the conquered lands. The book’s first third portion further expands on this setup and we are then treated to a start of a magnificent epic story.
    What’s really striking about this story is by now if you think this is going to be a simplistic good tribes versus empire story then you will be sorely wrong. The story first three four chapters focus exclusively on the Tokob tribe and again as we are lulled into a singular way of life and the characters. The author brilliantly and quickly shifts the spotlight directly into the Empire camp via Etne & the Singer. Then quickly we learn that Empire of Songs aren’t necessarily all that evil as we might have imagined them to be (though they are championing slavery). We find that the invaded tribes have a strange and brutal method of honouring their gods. The empire’s Gods are very much abhorrent to these forest tribes as is their way of living. So in some way, the Empire is trying to bring a change (of sorts) however it’s left up to the readers to decide what’s good and bad. Such complexity and more is inherently jampacked in this EPIC fantasy story opener.
    Why I loved this story so much because of three things that Anna Stephens did superbly:
    - Plot
    - World
    - Characters
    The plot of the story is complex, mired in grey morality and gives us both sides to a conflict that will shake the known world in its entirety. I can’t thank Anna Stephens enough writing

  7. 2020/11/24 05:48:07 Complete Review含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Nobel laureate William Golding’s 1984 novel, The Paper Men

  8. 2020/11/22 10:34:45 The Book Smugglers 含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  9. 2020/11/22 08:54:36 Bookgasm含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  10. 2020/11/20 11:03:50 Pulp Fiction Reviews含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  11. 2020/11/14 08:43:29 Pulp Serenade含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  12. 2020/11/02 03:27:10 SFRevu含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  13. 2020/10/26 21:23:48 TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Monday, October 26, 2020
    Hosho McCreesh’s Guide to Books & Booze / Fall Edition
    Time to grab a book and get tipsy!!!
    Books & Booze challenges participating authors to make up their own drinks, name and all, or create a drink list for their characters and/or readers using drinks that already exist.
    However, I’m breaking my own rules because 2020 has been a literal shitshow and covid threw a nasty wrench in so many small press authors and publisher’s plans for their book releases. So we’re saying FUCK IT and just throwing all the booze at all of the books for the hell of it!
    Welcome to the boozey Fall Edition!!!
    Today, we welcome Hosho McCreesh as he shares some insight into his drunk poetry slash gutter autobiography, and by god it’s all doused in a delightful amount of alcohol!!! Check it out...
    Five Truths:
    A Deep &Gorgeous Thirst - Unabridged Audio
    A Truth: drinking is great...when it’s great. And it’s terrible when it’s terrible. It has a value that is difficult to quantify --and a price that’s sometimes all too easy to see and feel.
    It contains multitudes, as ol’ Uncle Walt might say.
    And so do we.
    This was always what the book was after.
    Another truth: this book has been incorrectly categorized.It’s drunk poetry, sure, but it’s something else entirely. It’s gutter-autobiography in free verse, it’s memoir splashing about in the bloody dregs. The book is a drunken heart blown open -- wide as a busted bunker crater.
    More truth: I can’t hardly drink like I used to. I can’t even really drink as much as I maybe want to. Life is cruel like that. Just as soon as you find a way to save things that are otherwise lost, the world conspires to strip those meager comforts away. It’s not fair, sure, but at least it encourages us to constantly seek out new salvations.
    The penultimate truth: I made the audio version of A Deep & Gorgeous Thirst mainly for myself. The 36 other readers on the project are family, friends, and folks I admire. Hearing their readings, their takes, many of them not just reading but remembering while they do -- that’s the juice, man...the real loot. It’s a kind of official record scratched out...the DrunkSkull Scrolls. It’s a mythology forever linked with my tiny little pedestrian experiences with death and love -- which is to say my own redemption. To have these recordings down and done and saved and stored means I will always have at least 3 and a half hours of pure, mad heart and pain and madness and joy at my fingertips...and what else are we supposed to do with these little lives we;ve been given? Our time on this hurtling rock should be spent saving all we can, remembering all the gut-laughs and the gulags. save our hearts and lives and help however me might.
    This was one way I could help.
    The final truth: goddammit, we gotta laugh. As hard as this life can sometimes be, as much shit as we’re sometimes made to swallow, to survive -- an undefeated laugh to the heavens and the stars is a kind of cheapjack invincibility -- one we can all afford. It’s telling those capricious gods that, despite their lunatic machinations, they can’t take it all...that our hearts will fight and refuse to keep quiet.
    And A Deep & Gorgeous Thirst is one of our sad and heartbroken and swilling, fighting, cackling war songs.
    As for a drink to accompany: as I said, I can’t get tore up like before. Instead, I tend toward a quick and simple sip. I stick a bottle of Casamigos in the freezer until it gets snowflakes. Then I pour out a tall measure in a frozen double-shot glass. It sheets over with a frosty film and the hot pads of my fingertips leave cataracted eyes such that I might stare into the soul of the drink itself...and maybe chuckle along with a few drunk poems, read by a bunch of gorgeous accents, while I go.
    And I invite all you kindred spirits to join me.
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    Purchase Link: Author Website
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    For your listening plea

  14. 2020/10/19 21:07:08 The Speculative Scotsman含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  15. 2020/10/16 02:02:42 CRACKPOT PALACE含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  16. 2020/08/04 13:36:51 Ecstatic Days 含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  17. 2020/07/02 02:01:11 Bibliophile Stalker含むアンテナおとなりページ

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  20. 2020/04/16 19:32:39 The SF Site含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Over the past few years, revenues from advertising have dropped off, while at the same time postal costs have risen significantly. As a result, our cash reserves were depleted until expenses began to come out of pocket. Unfortunately, we are now at a point where we cannot afford to continue this. Nevertheless, we will maintain the web site and the server, and we will continue to post material as it comes our way -- just not as twice-monthly issues, as we have done in the past.
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    Science fiction fans have always had a respect and understanding for the history of the genre. Unfortunately, science fiction has achieved such an age that each year sees our ranks diminished. Deaths in 2015 included Alice K. Turner, Leonard Nimoy, Tanith Lee, Jon Arfstrom, George Clayton Johnson, Suzette Haden Elgin, Sir Terry Pratchett, Christopher Lee and Peter Dickinson.
    The Blood Red City by Justin Richards
    reviewed by Nathan Brazil
    This is the second novel in the author’s Never War sequence, and as might be expected, picks up almost where the first book ended. Ambitiously, the action aliens and Nazis sprawl across the USA, Germany, the Greek island of Crete, occupied France, Stalin’s Russia, and good old Blighty. Once again it’s a hell-for-leather scramble between those loyal to the Third Reich or the Allies, with the alien Vril following their own agenda and playing both sides against the middle.
    By Force of Arms by William C. Dietz
    reviewed by Sandra Scholes
    In the latest volume in the Legion of the Damned series, Booly comes back from the brink of what could have been disgrace as a hero to his men who risked their lives for freedom. Now Naa Commandos are set to protect him, yet assassins come to try and take over their encampment. The author fleshes out the characters and their lives, their doubts, loves and hopes. Booly’s rescue mission to get back Maylo gives us an idea of what kind of man he is, and what others think about him.
    The Dark Arts of Blood by Freda Warrington
    reviewed by Sandra Scholes
    This story is separated into two parts with several smaller chapters that create an epic feel about it. These vampires seem more sophisticated than, say, the ones from a Stephen King novel. Their settings are bourgeois in their development and the characters never lose their edge. While the previous three novels have set the scene and developed the characters, this, the latest in the series, has a twist in the tale of which Sandra is very fond ever since reading Roald Dahl’s deliciously disturbing stories.
    Of Bone and Thunder by Chris Evans
    reviewed by Sandra Scholes
    Every day the men of Red Shield have to face the Collective as they need to keep the Kingdom enemy free in Luitox. Here while they play the waiting game for their enemy to approach, we hear the war from several viewpoints during the story and many of the accounts aren’t what the Kingdom’s rulers might expect. The men are tired, hurt, stressed-out and at times bored out of their brains, and who can blame them? Their enemy is sneaky, dangerous and worthy of being feared as they never show themselves if they can help it, and they aren’t the sort of enemy who fights en masse.
    The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher
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    This is the tale the last Hand; five people with supra-natural abilities, keeping the Law and Lore in an alternate Dickensian London. The Oversight was established to police and maintain the borders between the world of men and the darkly magical Sluagh. For many years an uneasy balance was achieved, mostly by mutual adherence to the rules that govern what is permitted from both sides. Then came the Disaster.
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