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Book Review: A Man of Parts by David Lodge

The life and loves of H.G. Wells Read More »

Book Review: The Map Of Time by Felix J. Palma

Not only a delight to read for its intelligent plot and wonderful characterization but for the sheer joy of observing an author delighting in his art. Read More »

Book Review: The Map of Time by Felix A. Palma

There is no limit to the imagination! Read More »

Book Review: The Door In The Wall by H.G. Wells

A fine collection of three short stories for a bargain price. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Robinson Crusoe on Mars

Robinson Crusoe on Mars is classic science fiction treated with TLC from Criterion Read More »

Why Liberals Just Adore and Defend Moslem Terrorists – to Death

OR, The Torrid Love Affair Between Two of the Oddest and Strangest Bedfellows Imaginable Read More »

Experiment In Autobiography (Title Stolen Wholesale From H.G. Wells)

Exactly how does one go about writing an autobiography? Read More »

Graphic Fiction Review: Graphic Classics: Science Fiction edited by Tom Pomplun

The latest Graphic Classics genre anthology features some entertaining adaptations of early "scientifiction." Read More »