Tag Archives: literature

Uncanny Valley Digest: Burning Sky by Rachel Pollack

Monday night’s Burning Sky discussion left no question answered! This is my favorite story of the summer so far. It grapples with potent, ambiguous questions about the inevitability of violence and grievance as a justification for force. It’s also a … Continue reading

Posted in Authors and Writing, Philosophy, Short Stories, Sociey and Culture, summer reading, uncanny valley | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Audio Book Me This: Cetus Finalis Gets Tracked!

Hearken, reader, to heaps of interesting developments on the horizon. Most interestingly, is on the subject of audio books. With each successive publication, a very common question I get is whether Cetus Finalis, or Chili Bill’s tome, or TJ & … Continue reading

Posted in Art and Artists, Audio Book, Authors and Writing, Books, Cetus Finalis, Music and Musicians, Ryan Hurtgen, The Writing Profession | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Uncanny Valley Digest: Manjula Padmanabahn

Hello, and welcome back to lip-smacking science fiction in the Uncanny Valley! Our “Sharing Air” discussion was the champagne’s bubbles! What happens when you’re buying air like bottled water? Are you aghast at the prospect? Or proud of how many … Continue reading

Posted in Science Fiction, Short Stories, Sociey and Culture, summer reading, uncanny valley | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment