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Reviews for the week of 10/27/14
Review.
Monday: Echopraxia by Peter Watts, reviewed by Matt Hilliard
Wednesday: Academic Exercises by K. J. Parker, reviewed by Katherine Farmar
Friday: Tyrannia and Other Renditions by Alan DeNiro, reviewed by L. Timmel Duchamp


Reviews for the week of 12/21/09
Review.
Monday: The Apex Book of World SF, edited by Lavie Tidhar, reviewed by Andy Sawyer
Tuesday: Intelligent Design edited by Denise Little, reviewed by Nader Elhefnawy
Wednesday: Total Oblivion, More or Less by Alan DeNiro, reviewed by Hallie O'Donovan
Tyrannia, by Alan DeNiro (11/30/09)
Fiction.
If the man knew that an egret was measuring the laceration on his broken leg, he would have been amused, but not forlorn. He always had a fondness for unruly birds when he agitated.
Reviews for the week of 2/9/09
Review.
Monday: Shambling Towards Hiroshima by James Morrow, reviewed by Michael Froggatt
Wednesday: Subtle Edens, edited by Allen Ashley, reviewed by Martin Lewis
Friday: Night Work by Thomas Glavinic, reviewed by Alan DeNiro
Reviews for the week of 6/9/08
Review.
Monday: Farah Mendlesohn's Rhetorics of Fantasy, reviewed by John Clute
Wednesday: Nicola Barker's Darkmans, reviewed by Alan DeNiro
Friday: Jaine Fenn's Principles of Angels, reviewed by Dan Hartland
Reviews for the week of 7/31/06
Review.
Monday: Alan DeNiro's Skinny-Dipping in the Lake of the Dead, reviewed by Adam Roberts
Tuesday: Chris Roberson's Paragea, reviewed by Mark Teppo
Wednesday: Paul Levinson's The Plot to Save Socrates, reviewed by Colin Harvey
Speculative Poetry: A Symposium, Part 2 of 2, by Mike Allen, Alan DeNiro, Theodora Goss, and Matthew Cheney (ed.) (5/9/05)
Article.
"I'm not sure that poetry is more emancipatory than fiction, but I do think that speculative fiction and poetry have a particular emancipatory power."
Speculative Poetry: A Symposium, Part 1 of 2, by Mike Allen, Alan DeNiro, Theodora Goss, and Matthew Cheney (ed.) (5/2/05)
Article.
"When I say that I'm concerned about newer SF poets not knowing the history of SF poetry, I'm also saying, even proclaiming with a shade of defiance, that there is a history to learn."
Tetrarchs, by Alan DeNiro, illustration by Carole Carmen (5/3/04)
Fiction.
Buying oranges, one at a time, was one of my favorite things. Along with jazz, which was one good chord after another.
Shepherd's Calendar (Part 2 of 2), by Alan DeNiro (4/22/02)
Fiction.
"Some of the priests on the ship, the telepaths mostly, wanted to know the shepherds more. Maybe they thought that the shepherds were closer to God, closer than humans ever could be."
Shepherd's Calendar (Part 1 of 2), by Alan DeNiro (4/15/02)
Fiction.
The shepherds made only two requirements of the crew on wherespace voyages: no sex, no violence.
Last Call in Temperance, by Alan DeNiro (2/19/01)
Fiction.
I fished the whiskey out of my pack, took a hot swig, and considered Sonny's dead body sprawled on my tomato-red couch.