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Reviews for the week of 11/17/14
Review.
Monday: The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley, reviewed by Lila Garrott
Wednesday: Bête by Adam Roberts, reviewed by Andy Sawyer


Reviews for the week of 4/15/13
Review.
Monday: Rapture by Kameron Hurley, reviewed by Dan Hartland
Wednesday: Trafalgar by Angélica Gorodischer, reviewed by T. S. Miller
Friday: The Twyning by Terrence Blacker, reviewed by Ben Godby


Reviews for the week of 11/14/11
Review.
Monday: Future Media, edited by Rick Wilber, reviewed by T. S. Miller
Wednesday: Infidel by Kameron Hurley, reviewed by Sarah Frost
Friday: Version 43 and Hellship by Philip Palmer, reviewed by Rhiannon Lassiter


Reviews for the week of 8/1/11
Review.
Monday: God's War by Kameron Hurley, reviewed by Dan Hartland;
Wednesday: Mardock Scramble by Tow Ubukata, reviewed by Katherine Farmar
Friday: Chime by Franny Billingsley, reviewed by Hallie O'Donovan
The Women of Our Occupation, by Kameron Hurley (7/31/06)
Fiction.
They were from a far shore none of us had ever seen or heard of, and every night my father cursed them as he turned on the radio. He kept it set to the resistance channel. No one wanted the women here.
Genderbending at the Madhattered, by Kameron Hurley (2/23/04)
Fiction.
By the end of the night, we were always drunk. Page and Nib would be yelling about whose turn it was to be male in their ongoing adolescent opera, and Rule would be wearing a dress, illegally.