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Like the Omega 13 Device – but Better!

Travel back in time up to seven days, not a paltry 13 seconds.  Why, 13 seconds doesn’t give you a chance to do much of anything beyond changing a single mistake.  Correct your own possible mistakes by reading some of these great posts you might have missed.

Publishing: Let’s stop comparing apples and oranges
The Cautionary Tale of ZellaCon -or- How to Hoax and Still End Up Hosting a Convention
Great Science Fiction Artists – James Bama
Man of Steel Is the Superman Film You’ve Been Waiting For, So Long as You Don’t Really Care About Women
Deconstructing Horror: Haunted Houses
Christopher Priest – The Adjacent Interview: Part 1
Interview with Award-Winning Author Bradley Denton
My top 10 SF and fantasy picks for the big-screen treatment
Publishing is not a Lottery
A Case for Courtesy
Ray guns don’t kill people, peop … — oh wait, yes they do!
FEMME FATALES: The Most Overused Device in Modern SFF?
World Underground
Crossroads: Speculative Devices in Police Procedurals
Characters: Clare of Claymore
Michiko to Hatchin is the Best Anime You’ve Never Watched
Why are we afraid of monsters?
Sexism and the SFWA
Mechanical Men and Women
A Commissioning Editor Speaks: David Moore of Abaddon Books
Digging in to Writing
Conventional Wisdom
Playing the Short Game: How to Sell Your Short Fiction (Part 3)
Rites of Spring: The New Horror TV Shows
Open Source Horror: The Slender Man
That Fighting Spirit! Yankees, Bad Boys, and Yakuza
Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail

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