Frank Hebert’s Dune is one of the most influential science fiction novels of all time. Naturally, we have a lot to say about it.
Science! Religion! History! A far-ranging discussion of Walter M. Miller, Jr.’s epic post-apocalyptic Catholic-monks-in-Utah novel A Canticle for Leibowitz.
The Book Smugglers unveiled the cover art for my short story “Mrs. Yaga” today. You can view it in all its glory here, and also read about the artist, the story itself, and why the editors snatched it out of the slush pile.
“Mrs. Yaga” will be published for free on The Book Smugglers November 4th, but there’s also an ebook up for sale packed with goodies that you can pre-order on Amazon US, Amazon UK, Smashwords, Kobo and Google Play.
If you really can’t wait that long to read it–well, you can get it right now by ordering directly from the publisher.
We watched Dracula Untold, then tried to salvage the utterly ruined evening by recording a podcast wherein I mispronounce “caricature”, Marie talks about bad anime shows, and Cory is confused.
Our verdict on the film? Go read The Stress of her Regard by Tim Powers instead!
We spent the last few weeks experiencing what Canadian cinema has to offer. This was the result:
Ticket to Heaven
Quest for Fire
Dance Me Outside
Rock and Rule
A Dangerous Method
Take this Waltz
Edwin Boyd: Citizen Gangster
Men with Brooms
Anne of Green Gables
Rock Paper Dice Enter
Carts of Darkness