Daily Archives: May 20, 2015

How You Should Vote for the Hugos This Year

(Warning: Hugo neepery follows. Ignore if bored with the topic.) Now that the Hugo voter packet is out, I’m getting asked rather a lot, mostly with an air of confidentiality, how I plan to vote in this year, what with┬áthe actual democratic nature of the Hugo nomination balloting representing hundreds of individual viewpoints subverted by […]

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The End of All Things: Starred Review at Kirkus

The first review of The End of All Things is in at Kirkus Reviews, and I’m very pleased to say that it’s received a star (i.e., notation for being especially good). The full review has some spoilery content, so be warned; here’s the link to it. For those who just want the gist, here’s a […]

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The Big Idea: Wendy Suzuki

Science says: You have a hypothesis? Test it! And see if the results you get match your hypothesis? Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki has a hypothesis about the brain, and how certain activities and thoughts can influence them, which she expands upon in her book (written with Billie Fitzpatrick) Healthy Brain, Happy Life. How did this hypothesis […]

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