Tag Archives: Franco-Belgian comics

Some Thoughts on the Hugo Award Finalists, Part I: The 1944 Retro Hugo Awards

So the finalists for the 2019 Hugo Awards and the 1944 Retro Hugo Awards were announced today. This time, the announcement manages not to coincide with any major holidays of any world religion, though personally I really prefer it, when … Continue reading

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At last, Barnes & Noble… and some other links

The biggest news of the day (well, for me at any rate) is that my e-books are now finally available at Barnes & Noble. You can find the full list here – individual links will also be added to the … Continue reading

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More gender discussion and remembering Jean Giraud

The discussion about female characters is still going on with Elisabeth Moon responding to Rose Lemberg and Amal El-Mohtar responding to Elisabeth Moon. Nick Mamatas talks about the perils of the wineglass shaped story. I don’t necessarily agree with his … Continue reading

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A Quick Linkdump about Gender, Marriage and Smurfs

I have to get up early, because I have to take my Dad to the airport, so here’s just a quick linkdump: The discussion on the invisibility of women in science fiction is still going strong with an SF Signal … Continue reading

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More on the controversial topics of the day

There are several controversies going on at the moment, so here is a round-up of interesting discussions and challenging links: Send to Kindle

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