Monday, March 13, 2023
Reader's Diary #2078 - Paul v Walters: Heartbreak
Sometimes I'll read a short story that leaves me wanting more and often it's because those stories felt incomplete. That's not ...
Monday, March 06, 2023
Reader's Diary #2077 - Alan Grayce: A Delivery of Cheesesteaks
" A Delivery of Cheesesteaks " by Alan Grayce is one of those sci-fi stories where I think the story would have been better serve...
Thursday, March 02, 2023
Reader's Diary #2076 - Charles Johnson: All Your Racial Problems Will Soon End
Probably a whole slew of reasons why Charles Johnson's cartoons escaped my radar until now, but I'm grateful they finally did. Ther...
Monday, February 27, 2023
Reader's Diary #2075 - Anthony Varallo: Dispatches from a Housesitter
When a short story, such as Anthony Varallo's " Dispatches from a Housesitter " ends abruptly, especially if I've been en...
Sunday, February 26, 2023
Reader's Diary #2074 - Thomas Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow
Usually when I struggle through an exceptionally long book, I wind up with Stockholm Syndrome. I confuse the elation of finally finishing it...
Monday, February 20, 2023
Reader's Diary #2073 - Mary Elizabeth Burroughs: Waste
To me, there are two types of sci-fi: sci-fi lite and hardcore sci-fi. The latter I find to be less accessible for occasional sci-fi reader...
Monday, February 13, 2023
Reader's Diary #2072: Joe Sweeney: How I Met Your Father
Like the TV show that inspired the title, Joe Sweeney's " How I Met Your Father " has a frame story in which a parent is ret...
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