Tag Archives: Dawn Vogel

Review of Mirror Bound by Rhiannon Held

Mirror Bound (2018) is a stand-alone urban fantasy novel by MSJ alum Rhiannon Held. Breaking from the tropes of this genre, the story follows Verity, a non-human sidekick to a team of monster-fighting mages. Bound to the leader of that … Continue reading

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Review of Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers

Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers, edited by Sarena Ulibarri (World Weaver Press, 2018), is a collection of 17 solarpunk short stories, which World Weaver Press defines as “a type of optimistic science fiction that imagines a future founded on renewable … Continue reading

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Review of As Told by Things

As Told by Things (Atthis Arts LLC, 2018), edited by E. D. E. Bell, is a collection of twenty-five stories told from the perspective of inanimate objects. The stories range in tone from humorous to dark, and all are short … Continue reading

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Review of Transmigrations by Eddie Louise

Transmigrations (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2018) is the debut novel by Eddie Louise and the first in the Tales of Sage and Savant series, inspired by the Sage and Savant podcast. The novel is based on the adventures … Continue reading

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Review of An Aberrant Mind by Ken MacGregor

An Aberrant Mind (Sirens Call Publications, 2014) is a collection of very short horror stories by author Ken MacGregor. This book collects 22 short stories, which range in length from just a couple of pages to more traditional short stories. … Continue reading

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Review of Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente

Space Opera (Saga Press, 2018) is the latest book from Catherynne M. Valente. The tagline for the book–“In space, everyone can hear you sing”–had me hooked from the moment I read it, and this book delivers on that promise and … Continue reading

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An essay by Lena Bisset, as provided by Chrissa Gerard Art by Dawn Vogel SUMMARY STATEMENT (Privileged Communication) North American Oncology Consortium Innovation and Impact Award Peer Review Panel: Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment Meeting Date: 03/19/2019–03/21/2019 Application Number: IIA201806233 Application Status: New … Continue reading

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Review of Long Hidden

Long Hidden (Crossed Genres Publications, 2014), edited by Rose Fox and Daniel José Older, is a collection of 27 short speculative stories of people who have been marginalized by history. Within its pages, you’ll find stories of many different races, … Continue reading

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Review of The Bathwater Conspiracy by Janet Kellough

What would the world look like without men? Janet Kellough’s latest book, The Bathwater Conspiracy (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2017), explores that question in the context of a speculative fiction mystery. Set at some indefinite point in the … Continue reading

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Review of The Marauder’s Island by Tristan J. Tarwater

The Marauder’s Island by Tristan J. Tarwater (Back That Elf Up, 2016) is the first book in the Hen & Chick series. If you’re a fan of young adult stories with heart, action, adventure, and revenge, you’ll find plenty here … Continue reading

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