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L. Timmel Duchamp reviews Paper Cities at Strange Horizons, and doesn't, in truth, like the book at all. Here's what she says about my story: Though Ben Peek's "The Funeral, Ruined" is marred by its author's apparently shaky grasp of grammar, his tale concerns an interesting...

Paul Newman died, so I bought some pasta sauce, and found a copy of Cool Hand Luke for cheap. Lately, I've noticed, that my film watching has sort of dropped through the floor, mostly out of a combination of cash flow--there's not much--and because what's currently...

"I know it still seems incongruous, first of all, for me or a writer of my literary training, generation, and pretensions to be writing stories featuring anybody with swords." The above line comes from the afterward of Michael Chabon's Gentlemen of the Road, a book that...

No doubt everyone has heard, by now, that Paul Newman died over the weekend at 83. Cancer, by all accounts. When someone famous dies, there's always that sense, from people who write about the person, that they knew them, or had some insight into the person...