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CLUBHOUSE: Review: Futuristic Canada Anthology

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Futuristic Canada is a very Canadian anthology. How much so may depend on whether you are Canadian, American, British or even Australian....

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Alchemy and Artifacts, Tesseracts 22 Anthology

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OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion.   Alchemy and Artifacts: Tesseracts 22 Published by Edge-Lite, an imprint of Hades Publications, Inc., Calgary, Alberta,...

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine “Voyages” – Issue 19, Spring 2019

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A review of the most recent issue of Lackington's Magazine - Voyages

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Parallel Prairies, Stories of Manitoba Speculative Fiction

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Canadian local - a review of an anthology devoted to Manitoban speculative fiction

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Professor Challenger Anthology. New Worlds. Lost Places.

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Ahhh, Professor Challenger. discoverer of Lost Worlds!

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Augur Magazine #4 V2.1

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An issue for change. No, not from a dollar. Fiction and poetry about change.

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Five Fantasy Novels Worth Reading

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Graeme reviews five novels, covering a range of interests and genres

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Anathema Magazine issue 7

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A tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of works by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”, and a call for a crusade against an entrenched foe.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Dreamtime (Anthology) by Mark Le Dain

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...strong echoes of the early Philip K. Dick where things are not what they seem and you have every right to be paranoid...

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine #18

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Many editors reject heavily stylized prose out of hand. Lackington's welcomes it.

Clubhouse: Review: On Spec Magazine Issue #110

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An in depth review of the 110th issue of On Spec magazine

CLUBHOUSE: Reviews: Pulp Literature Magazine #22 and “Typhoon Time” (Novel) by...

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Today, Graeme formalizes the new focus of his column on reviews of Canadian SpecFic, featuring Pulp Literature magazine and Typhoon Time by Ron S. Friedman

Clubhouse Reviews: Neo-opsis Magazine #29 and “A Body of Work” by...

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An in depth look at two publications - Neo-Opsis magazine and A Body of Work anthology - using the O.B.I.R. method. (Not to be confused with the Outer Limits method O.B.I.T.. Not quite that intrusive.)

Is Science Fiction Dead? (Or, lessons learned from the Creative Ink...

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Yes, once again, Science Fiction is dead, Dead, DEAD! Maybe.

Clubhouse: An Obscure Franco Era Spanish Horror Film

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If an egg appears on the mantle in act 1....

Clubhouse: four films from the 1930s worth watching

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Four forgotten classics worth your viewing time.

Clubhouse: Obscure Genre films worth watching

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Silent Film SF: there's a lot more out there than most realize

Clubhouse: Building a Genre Film Library

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When I say “Film Library,” I don’t mean paying money to download an electronic file. I’m a twentieth century sort of guy and loathe...

The Clubhouse: John W. Campbell, genius/crackpot editor?

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Was The Brain Stealers of Mars Campbell's inspiration for Who Goes There?

Clubhouse: reviews of two obscure Frank Herbert novels

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Two by Herbert you may not be familiar with

Clubhouse: An Old Guy Attends VCON 42 Convention

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A Tale of the Wandering Fan. R. Graeme Camerone wanders through VCon42

Clubhouse: Two Book Reviews; The Plot Against Earth by Calvin M....

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A pseudononymous Silverberg and a Milton Lesser in one dos-a-dos. Graeme Cameron cracks the covers on two more Ace Double SF potboilers

Clubhouse: Book Reviews: Two Books by Algis Budrys

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A take on two lesser-known novels by the author of Rogue Moon

The Clubhouse: Book Reviews; King of the Fourth Planet / Cosmic...

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Another entry in my endless quest to revive the excitement of what it was like to be a teenage SF fan in the 1960s,...

The Clubhouse: Death of an Archive; Book Reviews

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I'm back! So, where was I? Dealing with mundane problems. I’m separated from my wife and the divorce drags on and on. On the other hand,...

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “ornaments of antediluvian fandom whose simulacra still...

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More on the Willis invasion. Now with MORE Korshak!

The Clubhouse; Fanzine Reviews: “ … such dewy-eyed neofen.”

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We spend more time with Walt Willis, now in Chicago

The Clubhouse; Sometimes the Chair needs a chair.

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The Clubhouse returns after a six months hiatus: This week, a convention review