Daily Archives: December 2, 2007

A Month of Writers, Day Two: Charles Stross

Today’s guest writer is none other than Charles Stross, whom I’m fond of calling the poster boy of 21st Century science fiction, not in the least because he’s had four consecutive Best Novel Hugo nominations (for Singularity Sky, Iron Sunrise, Accelerando and Glasshouse), which is a trick only Robert Silverberg has managed before him. That’s […]

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In Case You Were Wondering

That thunking sound you heard at about 11:45 pm eastern time was every college football fan in Ohio falling to their knees, hoisting their arms toward heaven, and exclaiming “Praise Jesus! We’re going to New Orleans!” It’s going to be a long December.

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