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Monthly Archives: November 2011
A Seven-Question Quiz on Domestic Tranquility Or Republican Policies Considered as an Abusive Relationship … by Vonda N. McIntyre Do you watch what you are doing in order to avoid making your partner angry or upset? Of course. I always … Continue reading
By Linda Nagata (cross-posted from Hahví.net) I’ve lived in Hawaii most of my life, but there are lots of things I’ve never seen and done, so the husband and I have been making an effort to fill in some of … Continue reading
Anne McCaffrey’s death, and all the reminiscences and tributes offered in her memory, intersected with what-I-am-thankful-for. Many people, writers and readers both, have described the ways they are thankful for her work and her personal presence in their lives. They’ve … Continue reading
by Ursula K. Le Guin … I was impressed by a recent MoveOn.org emailing (November 23, 2011), listing five myths — actually pieces of disinformation — relentlessly propagated by reactionary politicians and news media. There are of course dozens more … Continue reading
If you’re building a world with horses in it, you’re creating a particular kind of environment. If you change that, or miss any of the essentials, you’ll have to either do more homework or think about genetically engineering your equinoids. … Continue reading
by Laura Anne Gilman I hope all the USAns reading here had a lovely Thanksgiving. I did – except for the part where my main computer ended up in the shop, and my backup refused to connect to the internet, … Continue reading
Usually, I talk about science every two weeks. But the turkey tryptophan is still coursing through my veins and I can’t face it. So I’ll wax literary for a bit. Over the past few years I’ve been re-reading works that … Continue reading
by Sherwood Smith In her short novel, or novella, Bellwether, Connie Willis speculates in a sort of Josephine Tey manner on how fashions change, and who changes them. The question could be reframed as, can we recognize what it is … Continue reading
by Chris Dolley We’re used to dogs having unusual appetites – horse droppings, small postmen – but a staircase? Yesterday we were forced to take countermeasures and place a chair at the foot of our stairs to prevent our dog … Continue reading