Review of the Nov/Dec issue of the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Review of issue #12, Satisfaction, of Apparition Literary Magazine
Review of the Sep/Oct issue of the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Enola Holmes is a delightful way to spend two hours of your time. Come for the writing, stay for the acting.
Red Dead Redemption 2 does something I’ve rarely seen in a video game: make you care enough to hurt.
I’ve been in love with Stranger Things since the premier of season 1, before I had a clue what it was about. The series is a wonderful homage to past science fiction and horror films, as well as a solid cultural reference for the 1980’s. I’ve found it amazing all the little things they get…
The Netflix era of Marvel movies ends not with a bang, but a whimper, with Jessica Jones season 3.
Avengers: End Game is the culmination of 11 years and 22 films in one shared cinematic universe, and is everything the fans of these movies deserved, and more than we ever expected, despite our sky-high expectations. (warning: many spoilers in this review).
Wherein I review the history book, The Wright Brothers, by David McCullough.
The Mars Trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson is a fascinating thought experiment about the future of humanity as told through the terraforming of the red planet.