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Tor Books: The Wind Does Not Respect a Fool

December 31, 2015 Brian Niemeier 0

Kahless the Unforgettable will allow Tor’s obstinacy–and recount it as a warning to others, It’s been six months since public slanders against Tor Books’ readers and authors by company employees Irene Gallo, Moshe Feder, and […]

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We Made a List!

December 28, 2015 Anthony M 0

Jeffro, blogger for Castalia House and he of Appendix N fame, had put Superversive SF at number 6 on his top ten gaming blogs of the year. Which…doesn’t sound quite right, but let’s let him […]

Superversive Verse

Wise Men

December 24, 2015 Ben Zwycky 0

Declared by wonders in the sky, Wise men saw a king was nigh. Trusting in their ancient art, They got ready to depart Across the vast and burning sand To a distant promised land. A […]

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The Force Awakens, some thoughts

December 23, 2015 sciphi 1

It seems that people I normally interact with and follow are a bit divided over The Force Awakens and I thought I would toss my 2c in. Yes warning, spoilers. Overall I enjoyed it, but […]

Reviews

Somewither by John C. Wright

December 23, 2015 Josh Young 0

I feel like I need to disclose this right off the bat: John C. Wright is my favorite author. That may or may not taint my review of his newest novel, Somewither, which may or […]

Philosophy & Theology

The Tao of the Atheist Communist Culture

December 13, 2015 Ray Blank 0

When it came to religion and politics, the beliefs of British SF writer Iain M. Banks were never subject to doubt. Whilst dystopian futures feature in some of the best SF, and are also found […]