An Arts & Literature Review
The usual suspects and some worthy newcomers keep the suspense at breakneck speed.
The intentionally drab prose throws extra emphasis on the plot.
“. . . in a democracy everything depends, ultimately, on public opinion, and public opinion is shiftable sand.”
Almost, but not quite, a modern classic of gay fiction.
The stories of these people have been told before, but this graphic novel format actually enhances the historical record.
A disturbing psychological thriller heavy in atmosphere that doubles as a cautionary tale.
A fascinating fictional exploration of post-Singularity consciousness lumbering around in a foam fat suit.
Built on a careful blending of original sources and secondary sources, both scholarly and popular.
The author chronicles her participation in the Mongol Derby, a race across Mongolia in the hoof prints of Genghis Khan's postal couriers.
Totally, barbarously engrossing, and bluntly sure of itself.
An arts and literature review.
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