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It’s all Neil Gaiman’s fault really. It was this thing he said on his blog a few years ago. He wrote: “I suspect that Venice is full of ghosts. Not of Venetians, but of all the visitors who came, and … Continue reading
Picking up where we last left off, I have two short stories to share with you this week, both from “Stories: All-New Tales” Edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio. I have to say, I am really enjoying this particular anthology, … Continue reading
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Catching up…catching up… 50. “Botanical Exercises for Curious Girls” by Kali Wallace (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2011) This was a good story. It was beautifully written, the setting and characters unique and interesting, and I was … Continue reading
Okay, so there was really only one jazz club and one art show Saturday night, but who cares? It was the first time I’ve been out to an adult function past “night-night time” in two years without diapers in my … Continue reading
…and I’m on the verge of full panic mode. Well, not quite. I tend to like to wait until my toes are dangling over the edge before I start to panic. But I’m preparing to panic. Give me another few … Continue reading