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Category Archives: Poetry
As part of the on-going discussion regarding the nature of speculative fiction and how changes in the dominant publishing paradigm are allowing for more latitude and innovation in narrative structures, I engaged in a conversation regarding the nature of “Pulp”–specifically, … Continue reading
Lately I have been seeing some discussion regarding the subject of Genre that has grown acrimonious, with people whom I like and admire on various sides of the question. I’m not going to link to any of the posts because … Continue reading
New review up on The Castalia House Blog. Bruce Sterling’s Zeitgeist
New review up on The Castalia House Blog: Lucius Shepard’s Green Eyes.
Not “no more sonnets ever”, but I’m not going to finish my 31 in 31 days. Just got overwhelming after a while. Still my favorite poetic form, though.
I had an epiphany today. I have always mistrusted the concept of genre. It has seemed to me to be both a hobble and a crutch. By which I mean that by accepting a specific genre designation an author restricted … Continue reading
New review up on The Castalia House Blog. Roger Zelazny’s Lord Of Light