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Reviews for the week of 12/7/09
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Monday: Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley, reviewed by Duncan Lawie
Wednesday: The Martian General's Daughter by Theodore Judson, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan
Friday: The Road, reviewed by T. S. Miller
Reviews for the week of 8/28/06
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Monday: Mark Budz's Idolon, reviewed by Niall Harrison
Tuesday: Tamar Yellin's Kafka in Bronteland and Other Stories, reviewed by Paul Kincaid
Wednesday: Etgar Keret's The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God and Other Stories, reviewed by R. J. Burgess
Thursday: Superman Returns, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan
Interview: Douglas Lain, by Mahesh Raj Mohan (4/10/06)
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"My point of view is that humanity or American society has gotten off-track. We're coming upon a very destructive spiral. And I'm writing about reacting to that."
Reviews for the week of 2/6/06
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Monday: Janine Cross's Touched by Venom, reviewed by Liz Henry
Tuesday: Life on Mars, reviewed by Martin Lewis
Wednesday: The Alchemy of Stars: Rhysling Award Winners Showcase, reviewed by Elizabeth Barrette
Thursday: Martin Sketchley's The Affinity Trap, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan
Reviews for the week of 1/23/06
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Monday: Lou Anders's Futureshocks, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan
Tuesday: M.P. Shiel's The House of Sounds, reviewed by Greg Beatty
Wednesday: Scott Mackay's Tides, reviewed by Justin Howe
Thursday: Dale Bailey's The Resurrection Man's Legacy, reviewed by Colin Harvey
Reviews for the week of 10/17/05
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Monday: Two Views: Serenity, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan and Niall Harrison
Tuesday: Zoran Zivkovic's Hidden Camera, reviewed by Dan Hartland
Wednesday: Jonathan Cowie and Tony Chester's Essential SF: A Concise Guide, reviewed by James Palmer
Thursday: A Tale of Two Sisters, reviewed by Lynda E. Rucker
Reviews for the week of 10/3/05
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Monday: Scott Westerfield's Peeps, reviewed by John Joseph Adams
Tuesday: Howl's Moving Castle, reviewed by Laura Blackwell
Wednesday: Chris Roberson's Here, There & Everywhere, reviewed by Mahesh Raj Mohan
Thursday: The Lost Generation: Threshold, Surface, and Invasion, reviewed by Mattia Valente
Intrigue and Family Drama Woven Deftly Together: Steven Harper's Trickster, by Mahesh Raj Mohan (2/2/04)
Review.
The major theme of Trickster is family: the search for loved ones, nurturing existing family ties, and adding to one's own family unit.
Interview: Steven Piziks, by Mahesh Raj Mohan (10/6/03)
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"Will Steven Harper become known as 'that gay SF writer'?" I asked. "The label doesn't bother me, but I'm worried about sales."
"Gay characters don't hurt sales these days," she said. "Do what you like."