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Category Archives: great convo
Talk about saving the best for last. This third chapter of the Barbarian Bookclub’s pre-Tolkien challenge brings in one heck of a cleanup hitter in Lord Dunsany. My only exposure to this great old one was The Worm Ouoroboros which provided a … Continue reading
Alexandru Constantine, the barbarian book clubber, has an intriguing idea that should appeal to all fans of fantastic literature. In his words… Identify 3 Fantasy stories written before Lord of the Rings was published. 3 stories written before 1954. Review … Continue reading
Spoilers ahoy! You’ve been warned. I was holding out for today, but Emperor Ponders ain’t got no time for people who wait too long to read the good stuff. His summary of “Law of the Wolves” is note perfect. He … Continue reading
Not the official mock-up cover, but a man can dream… It’s been done before, but never quite like this. A G-plus discussion on the suitability of the pulp ethos for tales set in the modern world got completely out of … Continue reading
The Hard Buds of SF have those of us who find the technical plausibility of fictional tales a distraction at a distinct disadvantage. Those of us who prefer not to waste our time analyzing works on the basis of their … Continue reading
Inspired by (yet another) killer G+ thread kicked off by Kevyn Winkless: https://plus.google.com/+KevynWinkless/posts/cQ9KWcezw4Y If you’re new to the Pulp Revolution, you’d do yourself right to follow Kevyn’s G+ feed. He asks cutting questions that push everyone to start rubbing their … Continue reading
The Castalia House blog is on fire these days. The new writers line-up, of which my Wargame Wednesday offerings are the least, is brilliant, and the comments section has been blowing up, too. Not just in terms of quantity, but quality as … Continue reading