SF fen have (I think because of the demise of the mags, as a market for short stories) gotten a bit wimpy about disasters. I don’t hear the kind of dialogue that used to go on at cons, ie, how do we geeky guys save the world from—be it asteroid impact or fuel shortage or [...]
We were late getting there because it turned out the Stars on Ice tix we bought without looking at dates back at Nationals were for Friday night…and we started out with OSG driving at oh-God-thirty on Saturday.
Among first things was to meet with Azureblu’s friend Linda, who had wanted to give me some things [...]
Betrayer. Betsy Wollheim thought that up. It so works.
No, I haven’t got a date yet, but I will mail the book in next week.
You’ll note that the one after that, Intruder, now has a progress bar. —–>
Hey, good for us, eh? Let’s try for 3.
Basically, a shrew and a lizard, hardly cousins, evolved the same poison from a similar source—digestive enzymes, which evolved to a venom—a pretty nasty venom—that aids both species.
It’s often been asked whether life on other planets could be like us…in any remote degree. Now, imho, there are a couple of items that impinge [...]