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Star Trek Discovery Decides “…But To Connect”

It’s time for the next, somewhat belated installment in my series of episode by episode reviews of season 4 of Star Trek Discovery. Reviews of previous seasons and episodes may be found here. Warning: Spoilers under the cut!

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Hawkeye realises “So This Is Christmas”

Here’s my review of season 1 finale of Hawkeye, somewhat belated due to the double whammy of Worldcon and the holiday season. Review of previous episodes may be found here. Warning! Spoilers under the cut!

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Hawkeye wonders whether it’s “Partners, Am I Right?”

It’s time for my review of the latest episode of Hawkeye. Review of previous episodes (well, just two so far) may be found here. This Monday, I was also over at Galactic Journey to talk about “The Space Trap”, the … Continue reading

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Hawkeye Experiences “Echoes”

I had barely finished the review of the two-part series premiere of Hawkeye that the next episode aired. Review of previous episodes (well, just one so far) may be found here. Warning! Spoilers under the cut!

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Hawkeye realises it’s better to “Never Meet Your Heroes” or pop culture deals with trauma and grief, take 3

This weekend was a long holiday weekend in the US, so the various streaming service thought it was a really great idea to throw out as much SFF content as humanly possibly, since apparently the people who actually do the … Continue reading

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Star Trek Discovery Encounters the “Anomaly” and Deals with Trauma

It turns out that Star Trek Discovery won the “What to watch next?” contest, so here’s the latest installment in my series of episode by episode reviews of season 4 of Star Trek Discovery. Reviews of previous seasons and episodes … Continue reading

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Retro Review: “The Huddling Place” by Clifford D. Simak

“The Huddling Place” is a science fiction short story by Clifford D. Simak, which was first published in the July 1944 issue of Astounding Science Fiction and is therefore eligible for the 1945 Retro Hugos. The magazine version may be … Continue reading

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Retro Review: “The Lake” by Ray Bradbury

“The Lake” is a short story by Ray Bradbury, which was first published in the May 1944 issue of Weird Tales and is therefore eligible for the 1945 Retro Hugos. The story may be found online here. This review is … Continue reading

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