Sometimes things just come together. For this With Both Hands Digest, we have an extensive set of reflections occasioned by Norman Spinrad's alternative history novel The Iron Dream. Ian Nol: The Iron Dream Viewed from the Right Norman Spinrad was the prototype of today's very online Left: Norman Spinrad is,
The best one sentence review of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that I ever saw is that is successfully recapitulates the feeling of a child finding a stick and setting off into the woods for an adventure.
And don't forget the sound.
Federation is a collection of five of H. Beam Piper's short stories, curated and re-published by John F. Carr in an Ace Paperback edition in 1981. The book leads off with a preface by Jerry Pournelle, who knew Piper through science fiction fandom before Piper's suicide. Carr has an illuminating
It was now about noon and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon because of an eclipse of the sun. Then the veil of the temple was torn down the middle. Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit”
Today's update will be focused on the BasedCon Book Sale run by Hans G. Schantz. This sale is the first to feature one of John J. Reilly's books, Spengler's Future. Lots of authors I have reviewed are a part of the sale, so I'll list out some of my favorites,
Honeybees are of course domesticated, but the taint of evil is detectable in wasps.