REVIEW: FRANKENSTEIN DREAMS

Within the pages of this collection, therefore, readers may consider “science fiction” to be loosely defined as tales of the fantastic that exclude the supernatural — no ghosts, no deities, no magic. What may sound like an arbitrary distinction actually demonstrates separate ways for regarding the cosmos.

31 Days of Halloween – October 27

Conan Doyle is invariably linked to his most famous creation, Sherlock Holmes. The stories skyrocketed him to fame and the tales are STILL spawning new fans, more than 100 years later. Conan Doyle wrote numerous other stories as well. Some were more of what we would call science fiction (like The Lost World, with time…

Know Your Poe

January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849 Poe has become a mythical figure in American history. His work is constantly republished, adapted and performed. There are lunch boxes, toys and air fresheners with his likeness on them. There is a NFL team named after one of his poems. As with any popular figure, so many years…

REVIEW: THE MAN FROM PRIMROSE LANE by James Renner

This book is a bizarre and twisted that deals with obsession.  Told primarily in the third person but from the point-of-view of reporter and best-selling true crime author David Neff.  With a nose for finding stories, David takes possession of an abandoned box of clippings and files about a cold case.  The more he reads,…

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