Posts Tagged: Sci-Fi

Consider Her Ways (Wyndham)

 Another find from the free little library in downtown Essen: Consider Her Ways, by John Wyndham.

Consider Her Ways (Wyndham)

 Another find from the free little library in downtown Essen: Consider Her Ways, by John Wyndham.

Graphic Novel: Gilgamesh II, by Jim Starlin

We sure love our myths and legends. And there are quite a few that keep getting retold and reimagined. Well here’s one: Gilgamesh. The oldest story we have records of, an epic poem dated about 2100 BC, which has survived in cuneiform on

Graphic Novel: Gilgamesh II, by Jim Starlin

We sure love our myths and legends. And there are quite a few that keep getting retold and reimagined. Well here’s one: Gilgamesh. The oldest story we have records of, an epic poem dated about 2100 BC, which has survived in cuneiform on

Mars and Buddhists and That.

It’s February. And it’s raining cats, goats, and paper cranes. It’s been a while since my last post, so I wanted to give a quick update. Since the last post happened, I’ve taken and passed my written exams for my

Mars and Buddhists and That.

It’s February. And it’s raining cats, goats, and paper cranes. It’s been a while since my last post, so I wanted to give a quick update. Since the last post happened, I’ve taken and passed my written exams for my

Enchanting Erasure: Emilie Lindemann’s “Queen of the Milky Way”

I’ve been meaning to read this ever since I first saw the cover at Dancing Girl Press. I’ve a thing for retro space age stuff, and old-school science fiction, and so forth. Well, last night I finally did read it.

Enchanting Erasure: Emilie Lindemann’s “Queen of the Milky Way”

I’ve been meaning to read this ever since I first saw the cover at Dancing Girl Press. I’ve a thing for retro space age stuff, and old-school science fiction, and so forth. Well, last night I finally did read it.

Life on Mars (Tracy K. Smith)

My friend Lora knows what a geek I am. She knows I’m into sci-fi, and so she lent me Tracy K. Smith’s Life on Mars. First of all, as you can see, it’s got a gorgeous cover — an image of

Life on Mars (Tracy K. Smith)

My friend Lora knows what a geek I am. She knows I’m into sci-fi, and so she lent me Tracy K. Smith’s Life on Mars. First of all, as you can see, it’s got a gorgeous cover — an image of

i’m a book magnet…

i finally made it to some worthwhile bookstores / second hand bookstores! books i’ve bought this week: 

i’m a book magnet…

i finally made it to some worthwhile bookstores / second hand bookstores! books i’ve bought this week: 

assaulting your readers (the algebraist)

ok… so a friend sent me iain m. banks’ the algebraist. while two things spoke against me liking it, even before i started reading, i was determined to give it a shot – because the person who sent it enjoyed

assaulting your readers (the algebraist)

ok… so a friend sent me iain m. banks’ the algebraist. while two things spoke against me liking it, even before i started reading, i was determined to give it a shot – because the person who sent it enjoyed

current currents

current currents of thought are influenced by the following books i am reading right now: (in no particular order…) sexual fluidity – understanding women’s love and sexual desire, by lisa m. diamond (2008) i’ve been reading IN this book, on

current currents

current currents of thought are influenced by the following books i am reading right now: (in no particular order…) sexual fluidity – understanding women’s love and sexual desire, by lisa m. diamond (2008) i’ve been reading IN this book, on

poetry in chains (dominic luxford)

now, the title of this book is somewhat confusing: The Poetry Chains of Dominic Luxford – Ten Poets Pick Ten More And So On. ten times ten would make 100 and in fact there are 100 poems in this handy

poetry in chains (dominic luxford)

now, the title of this book is somewhat confusing: The Poetry Chains of Dominic Luxford – Ten Poets Pick Ten More And So On. ten times ten would make 100 and in fact there are 100 poems in this handy

librophile :-)

i went to my favorite bookstore the other day: http://www.samwellers.com/ (which is sam weller’s downtown salt lake city. this is a link to their online rare / used books.) they have a sale with 25% off of used and rare

librophile :-)

i went to my favorite bookstore the other day: http://www.samwellers.com/ (which is sam weller’s downtown salt lake city. this is a link to their online rare / used books.) they have a sale with 25% off of used and rare

thrilling science fiction :-)

Since then (…) Sixty-two great mountain chains had risen, to end as barren plains. Seventy huge fields of ice had covered him before retreating to their boreal home. Ocean islands had risen from the sea, had fallen beneath the waves,

thrilling science fiction :-)

Since then (…) Sixty-two great mountain chains had risen, to end as barren plains. Seventy huge fields of ice had covered him before retreating to their boreal home. Ocean islands had risen from the sea, had fallen beneath the waves,