Couching at the Door by D.K. Broster Once again, I find myself thankful to the British publisher Wordsworth Editions, and in particular its Tales of Mystery & the Supernatural division, for turning me on to an author who I may not have ever discovered otherwise. In the past, I have written here of several other […]Read More
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Posted by Sandy Ferber | Feb 22, 2013 | SFF Reviews | 2
Land of Unreason by L. Sprague de Camp & Fletcher Pratt Land of Unreason first saw the light of day in 1941, in a shorter form, in Unknown magazine; it was later expanded to novel length. Just as there is a genre of science fiction known as “hard” sci-fi, as typified by the works of […]Read More
Posted by Terry Lago (GUEST) | Dec 7, 2012 | SFF Reviews | 4
Islandia by Austin Tappan Wright [In our Edge of the Universe column, we review mainstream authors that incorporate elements of speculative fiction into their “literary” work. However you want to label them, we hope you’ll enjoy discussing these books with us.] Islandia is a keeper. It’s one of those books that lives on your shelf and […]Read More
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