Finding My Elegy, by Ursula K. Le Guin
I have to confess, I’ve stalled writing this review because I don’t want to think about reading any elegies for Ursula Le Guin. I’ve been reading and treasuring her books and essays and poems since I was child growing up in the ‘70s in a single-wide trailer . . . → Read More: In Search of an Elegy
Just ducked over real fast to give you a heads-up: If you don’t know the work of Robert J. Sawyer, get some instant background courtesy of our author interview by J.J.S. Boyce.
As you will soon discover, Sawyer’s new book, Triggers, is now out. Our review of Triggers will give you many, many reasons . . . → Read More: Robert J. Sawyer: New Book and Interview
Myself, Bela, and one of the piping Jills are, over a few pints of a particulary good Hungarian ale by the name of Szalon Barna which I got in here for the Pub, discussing the excellent selection of music and books reviewed this edition. So sit, grab a bottle of this excellent ale, and join . . . → Read More: Words and Music