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Review: Virology by Ren Warom

SShock Pao broke the barriers between worlds. Shock survived torture, violence and everything the world could throw at them to close the gap between Slip and here. Slip is the internet with the volume knob broken off. A digital sea where humanity uses avatars to navigate and where everything and everyone can be bought and

Review: Virology by Ren Warom

2017 Awards Eligibility Post

Happy Award Eligibilitymas, everyone! Awards season is upon us, like an unwanted yet strangely enticing magician at a late night coffee shop. I’m eligible for the Best Fan Writer Hugo for my work last year and below you’ll find details of the work you can nominate. Click on the logos and you’ll go through to

2017 Awards Eligibility Post

Review: The Lonely Dark by Ren Warom

‘Per ardua ad astra’ translates as ‘through hardship to the stars’. It’s the motto of numerous air forces across the world for obvious reasons. The pioneer spirit that drives and romanticizes aviation and spaceflight is wrapped up in those four words as tightly as it is in four others; ‘Space, the final frontier…’ Both those

Review: The Lonely Dark by Ren Warom

Review: White Rabbit by KA Laity

  I’m getting very fond of messy supernatural fiction. The days of being politely introduced to the vampires (Always by the punch), the werewolves (Usually bikers) and the zombies (Dance floor. Every time) are long gone. Instead, the supernatural has definitely started mingling with the rest of the party and the lines aren’t so much

Review: White Rabbit by KA Laity

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