Author: Ira Nayman

Review of Drew Hayden Taylor’s Take Us to Your Chief

Review of Drew Hayden Taylor’s Take Us to Your Chief

In the short story collection Take Us to Your Chief, Canadian author Drew Hayden Taylor proves that Native science fiction can be both entertaining and serious about Native history and life. Read More »

REVIEW: Finders Keepers by Russ Colchamiro

REVIEW: Finders Keepers by Russ Colchamiro

Finders Keepers is a frustrating mix of sophisticated writing and juvenile humour. Read More »

Wicked Wonders Wicked Wonderful

Wicked Wonders Wicked Wonderful

In the battle between literary fiction and genre fiction, Ellen Klages belongs to both sides, as her engaging collection of short stories Wicked Wonders demonstrates. Read More »

Class Act?

Class Act?

Class, the third spin-off of the newly constituted Doctor Who, has not been getting much love; Ira Nayman argues that it should. Read More »

REVIEW: James Morrow’s The Asylum of Dr. Caligari

REVIEW: James Morrow’s The Asylum of Dr. Caligari

Dr. Caligari - he of cabinet fame - has a plan to profit from World War I in James Morrow's new novel. Read More »

REVIEW: Ghost in the Shell (2017)

REVIEW: Ghost in the Shell (2017)

The 2017 version of Ghost in the Shell is unlikely to satisfy fans of the original, but it is not without its points of interest. Read More »

REVIEW: Little Dystopias by Kyle Aisteach

REVIEW: Little Dystopias by Kyle Aisteach

If you enjoy basic meat and potatoes science fiction, you'll enjoy Kyle Aisteach's Little Dystopias. Read More »

REVIEW: Suzanne Church’s short story collection Elements

REVIEW: Suzanne Church’s short story collection Elements

Suzanne Church’s Elements is a collection of short stories that show's off the versatility of its author. Read More »

REVIEW: Skelos: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy

REVIEW: Skelos: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy

The first issue of Skelos is sure to please (if that's the right word) fans of dark fantasy. Read More »

BOOK REVIEW: The Annihilation Score

BOOK REVIEW: The Annihilation Score

The great thing about writing a series of novels is that, if your original idea is flexible enough, you can throw just about anything you want into them. Charles Stross exemplifies this by throwing superheroes into his Laundry series book The Annihil... Read More »

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