Tag Archive: PKD Award

Jan 16

Book Review: Reach For Infinity edited by Jonathan Strahan

What’s It About It’s the third anthology in Jonathan’s Strahan’s Infinity series.  This one collects 14 short stories from writers like Ellen Klages, Adam Roberts and Karen Lord.  It focuses on humanity taking the next big step forward – whether that be colonising Mars, coming to terms with Artificial Intelligence or the challenges of travelling in …

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Jan 13

Book Review: Maplecroft by Cherie Priest

What’s It About Lizzie Borden meets the Cthulhu mythos.  Lots of axe wielding and slimy monsters from the sea.  And mind controlling, stinky jellyfish. Should I Read It? According to Annalee Newitz from i09, yes you absolutely should.  (She calls Maplecroft the best “damn” Cthulhu novel you’ve read in ages”).  And, I agree that if you’re …

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Jan 09

And So It Begins… The PKD Award nominees

The PKD Award nominees have been announced.  And the nominees are: ELYSIUM by Jennifer Marie Brissett (Aqueduct Press) THE BULLET-CATCHER’S DAUGHTER by Rod Duncan (Angry Robot) THE BOOK OF THE UNNAMED MIDWIFE by Meg Elison (Sybaritic Press) MEMORY OF WATER by Emmi Itäranta (Harper Voyager) MAPLECROFT: THE BORDEN DISPATCHES by Cherie Priest (Roc) REACH FOR …

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