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The History of Science Fiction Literature
What I’ve read in 2014
All the way down
An element of hope
Moments in Time
On the nature of loneliness
Tears in the rain
There Be Dragons
The very image of life
On Creating Monsters
Digging for dinosaurs
Some of my other writings
Explorations in speculative fiction, writing and words
Why does Science Fiction have to be about predicting the future?
Favourite re-reads: Only Forward (1994) by Michael Marshall Smith
Terra by Mitch Benn
The History of Science Fiction Literature Challenge – News from Nowhere by William Morris (1890)
Favourite re-reads: Mostly Harmless (1992) by Douglas Adams.
The Buried Life by Carrie Patel
There will never be a great superhero novel: More ponderings after reading Seven Wonders by Adam Christopher.
An occasional series of favourite re-reads, or I’m so busy, I’m dropping fiction writing, so why the hell am I doing this?
The History of Science Fiction Literature Challenge – After London by Richard Jefferies (1885)
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