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Sexism Still Alive & Kicking In SF

There are times when I wonder what century I’m living in.  I’d like to hope that the experiences Ann Aguirre blogged about below are dying, fading remnants of asshattery, but I’m very much afraid gender discrimination is alive and kicking. _________________________________________________________________________ … Continue reading →

Looking Through Lace

Looking Through Lace – Ruth Nestvold Toni Donato is a xenolinguist, normally working behind the scenes, cataloging inflection, grammar, and structure of alien languages in massive databases, but she’s finally gotten her big break to do field research.  On the … Continue reading →

Particle Horizon

Particle Horizon by Selso Xisto I’ve been dying to read a good sci-fi and found it here in this well crafted debut novel.  It’s everything you’d want in a traditional sci-fi.  It’s big.  It’s full of futuristic technology.  There’s a … Continue reading →