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Martian Magic, Monoliths, and Mallards

Two Necromancers, a Bureaucrat, and an Elf, by L.G. Estrella – This author has written quite a bit of self-published material, much of it in the humorous fantasy and science fiction vein, but this is the first one I’ve read. … Continue reading

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Breaking the Language Barrier

When writing fantastic stories about strange, faraway lands and remote planets, language is obviously going to be an issue. Learning a foreign language on Earth can be difficult enough, and I can only imagine it would be well nigh impossible … Continue reading

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My Creator Is an Alien

In the comments for this post, a fundamentalist Christian said something about Richard Dawkins believing in alien creators. I think this might be what the guy was talking about. I’m not all that keen on the god-like alien idea, but … Continue reading

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