Category Archives: Sci-Fi and Fantasy

Nice Day for a Red Wedding

The Author is the Lord God of his or her literary creation. It is accepted in good faith that the literary Creator may make or destroy worlds, conjure up enemies and fantastical creatures, add or subtract villains and plot devices, … Continue reading

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Looking Backward On the Apocalypse

I’ve always been intrigued that when writers do create future societies they choose to create Dystopias. Fabricating a screwed-up world, I guess, is a lot more interesting: it makes for far more compelling reading than any idealized world since conflict … Continue reading

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The Open Door Leads to the Dormouse

“As of July 17, 2010, eleven of Philip K. Dick’s early works in the public domain in the United States are available in ebook form from Project Gutenberg.” “Films based on Dick’s writing have accumulated a total revenue of over … Continue reading

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