Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Rattler

Been too hot to write. The evap cooler went on the fritz as well so we spent our time with ceiling fans doing their damnedest to cool us down a bit. Back to normal now. In the midst of our … Continue reading

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The Graduate

Consider the state of today’s youth. Do you end up with a nervous feeling, a vague, unsettled, chill that creeps down your spine? Sometimes, rarely, but sometimes, I do. And then I come across a story like this one. There … Continue reading

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Information Alert

This week’s issue of The New Yorker is devoted to sf including pieces by Anthony Burgess, Ray Bradbury, Ursula K. LeGuin, China Mieville, Margaret Atwood, Karen Russell, and William Gibson. There are also a handful of short stories. More fun … Continue reading

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The Superman Complex

Truth: a. A fact that has been verified. b. Conformity to reality or actuality. c. A true¬†statement For many years I struggled with this concept. Got caught up in the relativism that seemed to me inherent in the notion. Listened … Continue reading

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