I fell into a rabbit hole today when I encountered this word. No, this isn’t a new public health menace or something teenagers say to confuse anyone over thirty.
I got something fun in the mail this month. Howard Tayler, of
the Schlock Mercenary webcomic series, released a fun jigsaw puzzle. It features
some iconic worlds from hard science fiction crossed with magical fantasy. It was
a fun and sometimes challenging puzzle (expanses of stars don’t offer a lot of
clues for how they fit together).
Roger Zelazny is one of my favorite authors, so I was delighted to find that several of his long-out-of-print titles have been republished, including a few stories that I had somehow never read. Check out their reviews below.
From old Greek words Peri- for walking, and -phage for something that consumes.
We’ve been enjoying Strange New Worlds this summer. They’ve had a variety of storylines, from the comedic to the horrific, that show off the versatility of their format, writers, and cast.
It’s June, with longer days, warmer weather, and a lot of gardening to catch up on. The fireflies have started their nightly shows; they’re booked to continue until the first week of July, at least.
Reviews of Kaiju Preservation Society, Nettle and Bone, and The Sword of Happenstance
Stories that can be told in less than a page, perhaps even in a few lines.
Long winter nights are good for catching up on movies and shows that we’ve been wanting to watch. Here’s our list of recent finds.
In Ticonderoga, NY there is a complete and full-scale replica of the set of the USS Enterprise from the Original Series (TOS). It includes the bridge, engineering, medical bay, conference rooms, officer’s quarters, and the iconic curved hallways. Every detail has been recreated as accurately as possible with loving attention, and using period materials and methods when possible.