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Book Review: The Horror Stories of Robert E. Howard by Robert E. Howard

When you exist as a contemporary to Lovecraft you’re already in something of a bind when you write horror stories. Like it or not you will be compared and that’s…a difficult prospect. Now when you are also his BFF and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Orphans of the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein

This is a book divided into two parts. A novelette and novella that combine to create something that one can only tenuously describe as ‘whole’. Sure the two parts share the same characters, the same setting, but the feel entirely … Continue reading

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Call of the Water

The sound of the waves splash hard against the jagged rocks scattered across the shore ad infinitum. They all came here, first humbly, then in droves. They came to see the creature that just sat there, listening. One day they … Continue reading

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Book Review: Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell

It’s a novella that was the basis for a movie that apparently everyone but me actually saw in some form or another. That being said I’m not so disconnected from the cultural zeitgeist to be unaware of it’s existence, so I … Continue reading

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