Daily Archives: January 20, 2011
Gaaaah, I Can’t Choose The Haiku Contest Finalists Because There Are Too Many Good Ones, So Here’s Just The Winner
It’s from E.J., who wrote, in the haiku of his demise: I did always hope My last moments would be spent Somewhat coherent. That’s a laser reference, there. And a very good one. And with that, Lieutenant Merkel is now Lieutenant Fischer. Additionally, E.J. will get an acknowledgment in the book, and a signed copy […]
Ghlaghghee has decided that it’s probably fine to lie about with the new dog. Zeus is not so sure.
“Tell all the Truth but tell it slant,” wrote Emily Dickinson, “Success in Cirrcuit lies.” These lines have interesting resonance for Among Others, the new novel by World Fantasy Award winner Jo Walton, which uses some of the experiences of Walton’s own life as a springboard for a tale of fantasy and of reading. The […]