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I made a little dialogue for yesterday's post because it gave me a laugh. I had a whole lot I wanted to add to it, but decided the gag worked best being short--the only thing I'd change is the title, perhaps, since I originally wanted...

The populist award of Australian speculative fiction Ditmars is either open to voting now (or will be soon), and in the tradition of drumming up support for work, publishers are offering free copies of short fiction so you can read and vote. Of course, that's...

JG Ballard has died. “He was a charming, classic English gentleman with a generous heart, a cynical take on the world and a huge sense of humour. “He was a colonial figure in some senses. He had grown up in Shanghai and had very good manners....

Rob Hood has interviewed Kaaron Warren, who is lovely, and has a novel coming out in the future, so here's a quote and a link: I first stumbled upon Kaaron Warren via her story "Bone Dog", which she had submitted to my partner Cat Sparks for...

I watched Children of Men yesterday, which makes me late to the discussion, but that's alright, because I like to have the final word about these kind of things. Children of Men is a film set in the near future where, after an unexplained infertility hits...

Meh. I've accidentally deleted every comment of the webpage blog in attempt to purge the insane amounts of spam it gets. Honestly, the thing is more annoying than it is useful at this point (everyone still reads the livejournal), so it might need a bit...