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Irregularity edited by Jared Shurin

Irregularity edited by Jared Shurin
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I recently began some writing projects into what I thought was a thus far unexplored genre: historical science fiction. Steampunk touches on this but is largely attached to the Victorian era and seems to be more about the spectacle than about the science, and speculative fiction, while an accurate title, is rather broad for my […]

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Tigerman’s Cover Design & Competition

Tigerman’s Cover Design & Competition 

The majority of fantasy readers will be familiar with Nick Harkaway, the highly acclaimed author of The Gone-Away World and Angelmaker – both of which were smothered with awards. This week though comes what many reviewers – and Nick himself – are calling his best work to date, Tigerman. It is a novel about ex-colonies, […]

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Fantasy Book Club – December 2013: Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway

Fantasy Book Club – December 2013: Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway 

Our theme for December was Award Nominees from this year, and our members voted to read Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway. Award List: – Arthur C. Clarke Award Nominee for Best Novel (2013) – Winner of The Kitschies for Red Tentacle (Novel) (2012) Praise: “Angelmaker is another cracking book from Nick Harkaway. It’s a mix of […]

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Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway

Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway
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I am generally not prone to unmitigated and spontaneous squeeing except on rare occasions or when presented with almost anything that may be described as “adorable.” Since “adorable” is what I use to describe baby octopi and itty bitty corn snakes as well as my chinchilla, you can take that as you will. Nevertheless, I […]

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