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Exhalation by Ted Chiang

A Hugo-award nominated story from the anthology Eclipse Two. “And now for something quite extraordinary. If you’re looking for a single reason to purchase Eclipse Two then you may be out of luck, because Ted Chiang’s “Exhalation” is at least … Continue reading

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Grey by Jon Armstrong

“Grey is a legendary book waiting to happen. It’s a mad, stylish, trippy, endlessly inventive romp through the biohazardous wastes of post-genre literature. Jon Armstrong is a genius, with an umlaut, to the fifth power.” — Michael Chabon, author of … Continue reading

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Butcher Bird by Richard Kadrey

“If this novel had been rendered in oil or acrylic, it would be kicking world class Lowbrow ass in multi-page spreads in Juxatapose or on the walls of La Luz de Jesus. Go for it. The man is mad, in … Continue reading

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