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here's an interesting column regarding michael chabon's edited Thrilling Tales. it begins with the book, and goes on: It doesn't take much to bring out the villagers and torches. Witness the decidedly cool reaction of professional science fiction to Michael Chabon's 'Thrilling Tales'. a bit of...

It was once. Just once, that's all. Once. But once is all it takes, isn't it? Afterwards she whispered it around, until finally, one person finds you and questions you about it, and you're left with nothing but the lie as a defense, which they don't believe...

"An astonishing 20,000 Canadians declared themselves to be followers of the religion of Jedi, the guardians of peace and justice in the Star Wars flicks, Statistics Canada reported Tuesday in the latest, and final, data to come from the 2001 census. In the U.K., for example,...

Harry liked to drink green fluid. It had been that way since his eleventh birthday, when his mother had placed lime pop in front of him, and, after he drank it, the world turned green: his hands, his mother, the curtains, the door, the veranda...

the most important thing to realise about warren ellis and colleen doran's graphic novel Orbiter is that, clocking in at just under one hundred pages, it's a novelette. the term novel brings with it a bunch of expectations: character arcs, sub-plots, various thematics, and a...