Monthly Archives: July 2014

Characters: Easy as One, Two, Three

Characters are the staple of fiction.  A story doesn’t exist without something that resembles characters (human or otherwise), and the more interesting the characters, generally the better the work.  If I’m not interested in the characters, then a story seldom holds my … Continue reading

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“The Schrödinger War” Gets Some Recognition

If you’ve spent anytime reading science fiction, you’ve probably heard of Gardner Dozois.  He edited Asimov’s Science Fiction for many years (before giving way to current editor Sheila Williams), writes reviews for Locus, and puts out a little book every year … Continue reading

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