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The Witch of Hebron, by James Kunstler: A Review

The Witch of Hebron is a largely disappointing sequel to Kunstler’s World Made by Hand, which, despite a few inconsistencies, haunted me for months after I first read it several years ago. The immediacy of World Made by Hand mingled with the tantalising unknowns … Continue reading

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So Close to Home, by James Blish: A Review

Some of the first science fiction that I read, in my youth, consisted of the twelve volumes of adaptations of the original series of Star Trek, as written, almost exclusively, by American science fiction writer James Blish. So while I … Continue reading

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