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Moon Mystery (the enigma of the lunar day)

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The voice of vacuum

Originally posted on DIFFERENZ/MASCHINE:
? The return of the space opera genre at the hands of such writers as Iain Banks, Stephen Baxter, Ken MacLeod, Charles Strauss and Alastair Reynolds poses an interesting paradox. Classical space opera was relentlessly…

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Doctor Shamass, 1896 – Part 5

Dear readers, I can tell you, it ends! This year, the sixth and final part of A Christmas Tale of H.B. Shamass, 1896, will be winging its way across the world by other than electronic means … If, perchance, you … Continue reading

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O’Connor Shops, Canberra, 1994

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New SF short story – “Tumbleweeds”

A new story by my third favourite author: Tumbleweeds by Ainslie Hill. Available from the good people at Andromeda Spaceways (issue 64).

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S.H.U. – Arkham Towers

A sonic project I am involved in. Our latest “album” available here. More S.H.U. evil available here.

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Study for a failed painting

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