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Uncanny Valley Digest: Kajio Shinji

Where “Story of Your Life” is a story about almost too much science, in “Reiko’s Universe Box,” by Kajio Shinji, the science only functions metaphorically. Gill said it gave him insight into what kind of writer he is. “I’m more … Continue reading

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Behold, Perfect Beings!

TJ & Tosc is now recast into music by the progressive rock ensemble Perfect Beings! Now available for pre-order. Release date is February 1st, 2014! After many moons of anticipation, I received this welcome letter from the remarkable Perfect Beings. Please enjoy and … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Buy The Self Publishing/Corporate Publishing Dichotomy

In a society so damaged by polarized discourses, the grimy, tired, two-party system is now trying to encroach upon the publishing world. Of late, authors and publishers are drawing lines and picking fights with each other about how a book … Continue reading

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