The Upside-Down Airplane

So, how’s this for fun? There is a misspelled word in AlphaOops! Yes, that’s right…and I’m not going to tell you what it is. Suffice it to say that I didn’t realize it and the publisher didn’t realize it — it was brought to my attention about half an hour ago by a coworker. He was looking up AlphaOops…

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Genre Chick Interview: Ian Farrington

Science Fiction Geeks unite–Doctor Who is back, and he’s better than ever. The BBC has published tie-ins to the popular television show, but did you know that there is another publisher of officially licensed Doctor Who literature? This month, Genre Chick Alethea Kontis spends some time with Big Finish editor Ian Farrington to talk about what other worlds the…

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Shock-a-holic

So, have you been to Shocklines lately? What? You don’t know about Shocklines? Well, let me tell you, my friend. Remember those lovely by-gone days of the independent bookstore that had all the rare goodies…and all the geeky cashiers who shared your love of the genre? They’re not gone–they just moved to the internet. Shocklines has an amazing selection…

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Thinking Outside the Tardis

Science Fiction Geeks unite–Doctor Who is back, and he’s better than ever. The BBC has published tie-ins to the popular television show, but did you know that there is another publisher of officially licensed Doctor Who literature? This month, Ingram Genre Chick Alethea Kontis spends some time with Big Finish editor Ian Farrington to talk about what other worlds…

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Short Story Queen of the Universe

If you’ve ever wanted to read short fiction by Alethea Kontis, October is the month to do it! “Small Magics” — In a Victorian fantasy world where women still possess the magic that men have ignored, a young girl appeals to the Society of Alchemists in the hopes of furthering her magical career. Appears in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic…

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