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Tony Magistrale, Hollywood’s Stephen King 

From back in the GMR archives, circa 2003. Edited a touch because I can’t help myself. I have been a Constant Reader of Stephen King’s work since I got my hands on a paperback copy of Salem’s Lot back in middle school. The … Continue reading

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Michelle Schoffro Cook’s The Cultured Cook

As someone who’s Hapa, and had a childhood rich in fermented and pickled veggies (mmm, mustard egglplant), I’m a huge fan of all things cultured.  So when this book dropped into my lap, I was stoked.  A way to make … Continue reading

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Charlaine Harris’ The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories

Alrighty, Sookie fans that think they’ve got every single thing The Mighty Harris has written about our girl.  I can almost hear you thinking “Wait, what’s new here?”  Seriously, y’all think way too loud.  Try to tone it down, will … Continue reading

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Esther Friesner’s “Temping Fate” 

It’s never any fun being different. Or is it? Ilana Newhouse feels out of place in her Conneticut hometown, and her attitude isn’t exactly winning over prospective summer employers. But things start to look up for her when she arrives … Continue reading

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Eleanor Wasserberg’s Foxlowe

“Tomorrow I’ll show you a secret.” I’m a sucker for a utopia-but-not-really story.  From The Dark Secret of Harvest Home to Red Rising, there’s just something about a tale that digs into the dark underbelly of what was once a … Continue reading

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Robert J. Sawyer: New Book and Interview

Just ducked over real fast to give you a heads-up: If you don’t know the work of Robert J. Sawyer, get some instant background courtesy of our author interview by J.J.S. Boyce. As you will soon discover, Sawyer’s new book, … Continue reading

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