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Alone On the Road // Bastien Grivet

Images & Words: From a Better Vanished Time

Every Sunday, for years, I’d fired up its rumbling and willing engine and journeyed to the countryside to visit my white-haired uncle. The VMX, a gift from him, was his dearest dream … a mechanical anachronism from a better vanished time.

Images & Words: Street City Pursuit

Images & Words: Street City Pursuit

The rain was starting to let up, it’s job to cleanse Street City of obsolete and spurious data just about complete. It was an aesthetic method of maintenance utilized to keep immersion intact. But to her it still felt deceptively cold and wet.

Images & Words: Shit Sandwiches

… 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.

City Red by Georg Hilmarsson

Images & Words: Rooftop Retreat

He looked over the edge and scanned the surrounding glow for signs of Collectors. Gravedigger better goddamn pay up. This avatar heist started out as a cakewalk, but quickly turned into a shit sandwich.

Revelation Space Universe

Revelation Space Reading Order

In what order do I read these works? With a little research I was able to map out the Revelation Space reading order.  Some of the years may not be exact, but […]

Merry Christmas by Feng Zhu

Merry Christmas by Feng Zhu

You better watch out You better not cry Better not pout I’m telling you why Cyborg Claus is coming to town He’s making a list And checking it twice; He’s […]

Shiva by Thom Tenery

Shiva by Thom Tenery

The stream of indoctrination slaves never ends.  They arrive on Shiva from all corners of the galaxy, most of them human . . . for humans were the only galactic […]

Revelation Space Universe

Revelation Space Universe Chronology

After years of putting it off I’ve finally decided to delve in to Alastair Reynolds’ Revelation Space future histories. I don’t partake on these extended literary journeys lightly. I first read Revelation Space when […]

Iain Banks

R.I.P. Iain M. Banks

Sad news has come along that noted (science) fiction writer Iain Banks has succumbed to his terminal gallbladder cancer.  It was only two short months ago that Iain released a […]

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