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Reviews for the week of 6/8/15
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Monday: 2015 Hugo Awards Short Fiction Shortlist, reviewed by Martin Lewis
Wednesday: Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman, reviewed by Abigail Nussbaum
Friday: Explaining Cthulhu to Grandma and Other Stories by Alex Shvartsman, reviewed by Jeremy Szal


Stranger than Fiction: The Strip Ends, But the Strangeness is Just Beginning. . . ., by Rachel Hartman (1/27/03)
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Purple Prose!, by Rachel Hartman (12/23/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: For a Writer, Any Time Can Be That Time of the Month, by Rachel Hartman (11/25/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: The Mortal Peril of Publishing!, by Rachel Hartman (10/7/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: By Popular Demand: Lindi vs. the Big Rusty Gate!, by Rachel Hartman (9/2/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: To the Land of Hyperboleia, by Rachel Hartman (8/5/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: Me and Gracie, Talkin' Shop, by Rachel Hartman (7/1/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: My Life with Solar Neutrino Man, by Rachel Hartman (6/3/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: Like an Atlantean in a Copy Shop, by Rachel Hartman (5/6/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: America's Pastimes, by Rachel Hartman (4/1/02)
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Stranger than Fiction: A Bovine by Any Other Name, by Rachel Hartman (12/3/01)
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Sometimes a Codpiece Is Just a Codpiece: The Meanings of Medieval Clothes, by Rachel Hartman (10/22/01)
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Clothing is never just clothing: it can carry with it a variety of social, economic, and even moral implications. The Middle Ages are foreign enough to our experience that many of their ways of thinking about clothing will be counterintuitive for us.
Stranger than Fiction: Ask the Authorette!, by Rachel Hartman (10/1/01)
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Nun, Widow, Wife, and More!: Career Options for Medieval Women, by Rachel Hartman (5/28/01)
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Most medieval texts were written by men who . . . did not provide the most unbiased testimony. . . . [I]n real life there was some middle ground between saint and sinner.
The Medieval Agricultural Year, by Rachel Hartman (2/12/01)
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Life was defined by the seasons, and by specific agricultural tasks that had to take place at specific times of year.