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Tag Archives: Star Trek
I’ve just finished watching the mid-season cliffhanger episode of Star Trek Discovery, which is as good a time as any to talk about what I like about the show. First of all, it’s gorgeous. The sets, the costumes, the lighting … Continue reading
I’m a bit behind on my plan to review twelve classic SF novels in 2016. Well, no surprises there – my reviewing projects always take longer than I expect them to. The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le … Continue reading
This month, I’m looking at an author whose work I already love: Philip K Dick aka PKD. The Man in the High Castle is his Hugo Award-winning 1963 alternate history novel, and arguably his most famous work (at least up … Continue reading
Gateway is Fred Pohl’s 1977 novel about a futuristic gold rush for alien technology and the crushing psychological damage that results. Gateway Station is a Big Dumb Object, that classic SF trope of a huge piece of abandoned alien technology … Continue reading