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Reviews for the week of 10/18/10
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Monday: The Dervish House by Ian McDonald, reviewed by Nic Clarke
Wednesday: Happy Snak by Nicole Kimberling, reviewed by Jude Roberts
Friday: Collected Stories by Lewis Shiner, reviewed by Jason Erik Lundberg
Reviews for the week of 11/10/08
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Monday: A Field Guide to Surreal Botany, eds. Janet Chui and Jason Erik Lundberg, reviewed by Richard Larson
Wednesday: The Last Theorem by Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl, reviewed by Nader Elhefnawy
Friday: The Temporal Void by Peter F. Hamilton, reviewed by Karen Burnham
Reviews for the week of 4/14/08
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Monday: Iain M Banks's Matter, reviewed by Gwyneth Jones
Wednesday: Victor Pelevin's The Sacred Book of the Werewolf, reviewed by Michael Froggatt
Friday: Jason Burdett's Bangkok Haunts, reviewed by Jason Erik Lundberg
Reviews for the week of 9/11/06
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Monday: Dozois, Horton, Strahan, Hartwell & Cramer: The Year's Best SF, reviewed by Dan Hartland
Tuesday: Lucy Sussex's Absolute Uncertainty, reviewed by James Trimarco
Wednesday: Lucius Shepard's Life During Wartime, reviewed by R.J. Burgess
Thursday: John Burdett's Bangkok Tattoo, reviewed by Jason Erik Lundberg
Reviews for the week of 7/10/06
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Monday: Brian Stableford's Streaking, reviewed by John Clute
Tuesday: Zoran ´┐Żivković's Impossible Stories, reviewed by Nicholas Whyte
Wednesday: John Burdett's Bangkok 8, reviewed by Jason Erik Lundberg
Thursday: Stephen King's The Colorado Kid, reviewed by Bill Mingin
The Old Switcheroo: A Study in Neil Gaiman's Use of Character Reversal, by Jason Erik Lundberg (5/23/05)
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Gaiman takes this a step further by saying we can't really even know ourselves until we walk in someone else's shoes.
Interview: Daniel Wallace, by Jason Erik Lundberg (10/11/04)
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"I don't know if it's possible for me to write a novel in the traditional way and do it successfully. I tried."
Interview: Zoran Zivkovic, by Jason Erik Lundberg (9/6/04)
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"Basically, there are only two themes in the noble art of fiction writing: love and death. Everything else is one of their many derivatives."