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Guest post by Fran Wilde: The Novel as Landscape: Choosing What to See, What to Hear

For today’s guest post, I’m very proud to welcome Fran Wilde, author of Updraft. Fran Wilde is an author and technology consultant. Her first novel, Updraft, is forthcoming from Tor/Macmillan in 2015. Her short stories have appeared in publications including Asimov’s, Beneath … Continue reading

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Mini-review: The Philosopher Kings by Jo Walton

The Philosopher Kings is the direct sequel to Jo Walton’s excellent novel The Just City. If you haven’t read that first book yet, stop reading this now and instead check out my review. The new novel is set about twenty … Continue reading

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The Affinities by Robert Charles Wilson

In Robert Charles Wilson’s new novel The Affinities, as in many of his other novels, the world as we know it is about to be remade. The difference with many of Wilson’s previous works is that, this time, the change … Continue reading

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Giveaway winner! (Karen Memory giveaway)

Well, I completely forgot to announce the winner of the Karen Memory giveaway from, oh goodness, has it really been almost weeks now? Sorry about that! Without further ado, the winner of this giveaway is: Getty H. from Dallas, TX … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear

Hey, it’s been a while since I’ve had a giveaway here, hasn’t it? Time to remedy that! Thanks to the kind folks at Tor Books, I have one shiny hardcover copy of Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear to give away … Continue reading

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Guest post by Elizabeth Bear: On Writing Steampunk

For today’s guest post, I’m extremely proud to welcome Elizabeth Bear to Far Beyond Reality! Elizabeth was the recipient of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2005. She has won two Hugo Awards for her short fiction, a … Continue reading

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Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear

It’s bad form to start a review with a quote, but in this case I’m going to do it anyway, simply because it’s the best way to give you an idea of how wonderful  Elizabeth Bear’s newest novel Karen Memory … Continue reading

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