… lull them into a sense of security and purpose, to distract them from most of their miserable existences … not to make them question their keepers. The keepers frowned on that. The sleepers must sleep, even if they don’t know they slumber.
Images & Words: An Invasion of Ecology
Far to the south, just over the horizon, a discrete column of black smoke drifted and dissipated in the prevailing winds of early morning. Black smoke. That was odd.
Images & Words: Enemy of Mine Enemy
The ink black mechglider tore through the grey cloud deck, its leading edges still glowing from the heat of atmospheric re-entry and its hypersonic shock wave leaving behind an ever expanding hole through which faint blue sky could be seen.
Review: In the Ocean of Night by Gregory Benford
I remember first trying to read In the Ocean of Night back in 1978-ish when I was just a wee lad still wide eyed from being exposed to the amazing […]
Gregory Benford’s Galactic Center Series
I am embarking on another series read for 2015. Gregory Benford’s Galactic Center Series. I make no promises that I will finish the series in 2015 considering I’m also reading […]