Author Archives: Scooter Carlyle
In “Staying Behind,” by Ken Liu, the majority of the Earth’s population has uploaded their minds to a higher digital plane, leaving a bloody, battered body. The Uploaded, the dead, keep trying to steal the children of those who chose … Continue reading
July In “Trois morceaux en forme de mechanika,” by Gord Sellar, the end began when the first mechanika butchered its maker. Within a few generations humanity’s accomplishments became little more than relics in museums.
I’ll be covering highlights of the January through April issues, and a more in-depth review of the May and June issues.
Alt Hist, Issue 1 is a new periodical aimed at filling a gap in the market for alternative history and historical fiction. Published in the U.K. by Mark Lord, its mission is “to provide readers with entertaining and well-written short … Continue reading
Sword and Sorceress, XXV, edited by Elisabeth Waters, takes the reader on a waltz through divergent worlds and heroines. Add a dash of romance and derring-do, not to mention a generous portion of sorcery, and we’re presented with an all-encompassing … Continue reading