OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. THE SHAPES OF WRATH, Hope’s Seven Deadly Sins Thriller 1: Wrath – by Melissa Yi Publisher: Olo Books in association with Windtree Press, Canada, February […]
Dwayne (“The Rock” at one time) Johnson has long wanted to play Black Adam in a movie. Unfortunately, he is not well served by the move he got. Read Steve’s opinion on this mess of a wanna-be blockbuster.
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. Pulp Literature Magazine #36 Autumn 2022 Published by Pulp Literature Press, Langley, British Columbia, Canada, Summer 2022. Managing Editor: Jennifer Landels, Senior Editor: Melanie Anastasiou, […]
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. INFINITE ODYSSEY MAGAZINE – Issue #1, January 2023 Status: Self-proclaimed “First completely AI created Sci-Fi Magazine in the world.” Note: Probably an American product, but […]
Nuevo número de la revista Windumanoth Nuevo número de la revista Windumanoth. Este es el resumen de sus contenidos “Entrevistamos en exclusiva a Jay Kristoff, Ed McDonald y Aliette de Bodard. Traemos a página completa […]
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. ON SPEC MAGAZINE issue #122, Vol. 32 No. 4. Publisher: The Copper Pig Writer’s Society. Managing Editor and Art Director: Diane L. Walton. Issue Designer: […]
After decades of space exploration, humanity’s reach has still only barely extended beyond the bounds of the solar system. With current technology, it would take thousands of years just to reach the nearest star. A […]
Note: Portions of this post first appeared in the Roswell Daily Record and on my author blog… It’s that fun time of the year when scifi romance authors combine their otherworldly tales with the holidays […]
Villanueva Paravicino, Francois. Sacrificios bajo la luna. Lima: Apogeo, 2022. 98 pp. Esperaba con gran expectación una nueva entrega, ya sea de cuentos, novela, poemario, de Francois Villanueva Paravicino, autor peruano, nacido en Ayacucho, quien […]
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. Nothing Without Us Too Published September, 2022, by Presses Renaissance Press out of Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Editors: Cait Gordon and Talia C. Johnson Cover art: […]
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Note: This post first appeared in the Roswell Daily Record… There have always been mothers as characters in science fiction. Think of Ripley in “Aliens,” or Spock’s mother in “Star Trek;” or Luke and Leia’s […]
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And now, December.
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