Mad Scientist Week: One Night in O’Shaughnessy’s Bar

And now, continuing the celebration of Mad Scientist Week, here’s a short story for you. It takes place… One Night in O’Shaughnessy’s BarDavid D. Levine The geek sat hunched over his drink, tapping a swizzle stick on the bar as … Continue reading


Meet The Other Half

I first came across Athena Andreadis online after I read something of hers at the Singularity Hub. I like to hang around the fringe of the Singularity just so I won’t miss out when it happens. I mean that only … Continue reading


Ursula Le Guin: A Birthday Compendium of Critical Views

“What a pleasure to celebrate Ursula LeGuin’s 80th birthday. If this were Japan, we would have long ago declared her a Living National Treasure. But since this is the U.S., we can at least send her a national cheer of gratitude. She is not merely a great fantasy and science fiction writer. She is one of the finest living American writers of any kind. It may take literary critics another 80 years to recognize her singular accomplishments, but they will, they will.” – Dana Gioia

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