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Mensch As Fuck: One Year Later

In December of 2016, I made a New Year’s Resolution about my reading habits. I decided to spend a year reading the genres I loved–science fiction, fantasy, horror, comics–but avoid reading those genres as written by people with the majority … Continue reading

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The Changeling

I finished reading this novel over the weekend, and it is just a killer. Victor LaValle is one of my favorite discoveries of the last year. Everything I’ve read from him thus far has been brilliant. This book in particular … Continue reading

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The Unbearable Whiteness of Being: Pym by Mat Johnson

I’d give it the full five stars, but I can’t.

‘Cause, you know.

The man called me a snow monkey. Continue reading

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Booksnobbery Reviews The Deacon’s Tale!

A great review for The Deacon’s Tale was published today at Booksnobbery.com. As the sub-title shows in the full cover art above, this is a Sword of the Stars novel. Sword of the Stars is a PC game that I … Continue reading

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Straight Life

Heroin addiction is not high on my list of Things I Enjoy Reading About. Every time I crack a book about the lives and loves of a junkie, I find myself thinking that the front cover should be marked somehow. … Continue reading

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Tonight at Noon

It happened on a hot summer night in 1964. Charles Mingus, “the angry man” of jazz, sitting alone in a club called The Five Spot, eating a steak dinner with his hands. He was 42 that year, a living legend, … Continue reading

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