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Moby Dickhead # 27

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Moby Dickhead # 2

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Moby Dickhead # 1

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Where does Colson Whitehead’s “The Underground Railroad” lead?

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Kavalier & Clay – a new insight!

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“There’s just one problem.” The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland

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I get the Anthropocene Jitters: The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Gailand

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Public Libraries

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John Scalzi and the Powershift Harangue

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Everything is Connected – Timothy Morton

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Unexamined Assumptions in Sci-Fi

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The Southern Reach Trilogy by Jeff Vandermeer

Thanks to Eric Nyquist for permission to use his art. For more of Eric’s work please visit his site:¬†www.ericnyquist.com.

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Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson

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“My Struggle” by Karl Ove Knausgaard

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Blurbed Out

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Seveneves by Neal Stephenson

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Women in Love by D. H. Lawrence

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The End of Night by Paul Bogard

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The Echo by James Smythe

It’s not often that a novel really gets under my skin, but this one did. Excited to read the final two novels in the series, once they are published.

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Barry Flanagan – Sculptor

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The Common Reader

Listened to a wonderful discussion about today’s Common Reader on the BBC Radio 3 show “Nightwaves” and couldn’t resist doing my own survey in the local train station…

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The Book Shadow

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The Travelling Sprinkler by Nicholson Baker

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Neil Welliver

Occasionally, I do a Comic Crits review of an artist I like. Here’s one for Neil Welliver.

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My Lunches with Orson by Peter Biskind

 

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Dark Eden by Chris Beckett

 

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Wild by Cheryl Strayed

 

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Foundation by Isaac Asimov

It’s a tad unfair to criticize a work that was very much of it’s time, but isn’t S. F. supposed to be NOT of it’s time. As I reread this I wondered if it is Asimov, and his ubiquity, that gave S.F. it’s reputation for bad writing, that sadly still persists in the wide world
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Apocalyptic Earth by Craig Childs

 

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The Dog Stars by Peter Heller

 

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Edward Hopper

Trying something a little different this time, part of what I hope to be a new strand, if folks like it: Comic Crits on various visual artists. I’m hoping that they’ll bring a slightly different viewpoint to aspects of well-known artists, as well as introduce new ones. 

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Worth by Jon Canter

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2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson

Now that I have had a little time to reflect on this review, I feel I was a bit harsh. It’s actually a great book, perhaps even seminal. I just wish I had enjoyed reading it more. For some reason, the characters never lept to life for me, but I suppose having that and great
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