Tag: short stories

Summer Fun Time Reading ’14

Summer is almost here, and I can’t tell you how glad I am. So smear yourself up with sunscreen and bug repellent, find your kickiest sandals, put the finishing touches on your Wicker Man and don’t forget to wear a hat because I have some comics to make […]

RIP, Frederick Pohl

Author and Science Fiction Grandmaster Frederick Pohl has died. The Guardian has an obituary. Pohl’s blog has posted a short notice. The Library of Congress has a speech Pohl gave at Bookfest 2004. Frederick Pohl reads his story, “Day Million.”

Noir Carnival

Step right up–Noir Carnival is now available for your reading pleasure! Nineteen stories–“a heady mix of shadows and candy floss, dreams gone sour and nights that go on too long. Let them lure you into the tent“–including one by The Cultural Gutter‘s own Carol Borden. Read more at […]

RIP, Jack Vance

Author Jack Vance died. He is probably best known for his collection of linked stories, The Dying Earth., and he was a tremendous influence on contemporary fantasy and science fiction authors.  The Los Angeles Times   and The Guardian have obituaries. Here Jack Vance talks about censorship on […]