Monthly Archives: June 2019

4 Star Book Reviews: Perhelion Summer

Perhelion Summer by Greg Egan This is probably the only climate change fiction I can manage. Egan side-steps the politics of the issue by talking about a cosmic accident that screws up Earth’s orbit and stresses the hell out of … Continue reading

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The Sequel to Junction

Here I am in lovely (if muggy) southwestern Bulgaria and ОХ, БОЖЕ do I have some news for you! Remember Junction? I’ve just signed the contract for the sequel: INTERCHANGE. Thank you Don and Jennie! Thank you to everyone who … Continue reading

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Sunlight Through Roses

Sunlight through roses Dark and light both green and pink Is that a chicken?

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After the Skunk Trees

After the skunk trees Linden flowers smell nicer But still the sneezes? AND check out the video adaptation!

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Shrill Calls from the Sky

Shrill calls from the sky Swifts beat their wings when they must When I look I sneeze

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That Ailanthus Smell

That ailanthus smell. Now that I know about it It’s everywhere.

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