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[CATEGORIES: Literature, Lapham’s Quarterly, Reading, Book Review] [Click HERE to see my previous posts referencing Lapham’s Quarterly.] [Some of LQ’s contents are available free.] [L.Q. cover and art from L.Q. Fall 2010: The City.] A review. Here in winter 2017 … Continue reading
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This is my first foray into science fiction in quite a long while. I inhaled it voraciously when growing up through child- and young adult-hood. Asimov, Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land, Ringworld, later Philip K. Dick, William Gibson. There … Continue reading