This blog will include short, informal reviews & commentary about my current non-professional reading. The initial series of postings are reviews I wrote a few years ago for Warp, the MonSFFA zine. The main genres at work here are science fiction, horror, contemporary fantasy, popular science, mysteries, thrillers and some general fiction and non-fiction. I also read a fair bit of what used to be called slipstream.
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Sunday, May 22, 2005
Went to Bakka today and picked up a couple of new releases:
Year's Best SF 10 edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer.
Tesseracts 9 edited by Nalo Hopkinson and Geoff Ryman.
Not much to say. Both are no-brainer purchases as I religiously read both series. Interesting because both contain a wealth of fiction by friends: Glenn Grant, Allan Weiss, Claude Lalumière, Yves Meynard and others. Of course, when I get around to reviewing them, I will be scrupulously honest.