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The Strange Horizons Book Club: Red Shift by Alan Garner

by Maureen Kincaid Speller, Ethan Robinson, and Aishwarya Subramanian

23 March 2015

"Maureen's point that this is Garner's first attempt to write about sex directly intrigues me because it seems so true to me, and yet—as Maureen immediately points out—the novel's way of being direct is to be so indirect as to make sex (among other things) almost invisible."

Nimoy and Spock: Reflections and Farewells

by Mary Anne Mohanraj, Keguro Macharia, Octavia Cade, Iona Sharma, Tim Phipps, Fabio Fernandes, and Erin Horáková

2 March 2015

Staff, contributors and friends of Strange Horizons offer their thoughts.

The Strange Horizons Book Club: Academic Exercises by K. J. Parker

by Lila Garrott, Foz Meadows, and T. S. Miller

2 March 2015

A discussion of Parker's first short story collection. What did you think of it?

Gladiatorial Combat in The Hunger Games

by Juliette Harrisson

23 February 2015

Gladiatorial combat is a particular form of forced combat and invites parallels between the characters and the environment depicted and ancient Rome.

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