- Wed, 12:56: Rather glorious. 18th-century women who joined the Dutch East India company pretending to be a man, and got caught.… https://t.co/PmhOrSOn30
- Wed, 13:33: RT @AbiWilks: My brother in law injured in Beirut was only there because the fucking home office denied his UK student visa despite him get…
- Wed, 16:05: The 27 Ambassadors representing their countries to the EU make reading recommendations https://t.co/ebxUjuQL3t I’ve… https://t.co/W9iwBaeteA
- Wed, 17:11: Why Aren't We Talking More About Ventilation? https://t.co/ilsAEBIEJM How we should stop COVID-19 spreading, but don't.
- Wed, 18:39: July 2007 books https://t.co/kZ2ZoFtehZ
- Wed, 19:11: RT @rmc28: This is amazing 😍🤩👑
- Wed, 20:48: 2020 Hugo Award Winners' Speeches https://t.co/bZ2e4LbV3S Brilliant initiative from @MaryRobinette.
- Thu, 09:30: Whoniversaries 6 August: Ron Jones, Tom Macrae, Heritage https://t.co/9hJuLW1wvA
- Thu, 10:45: RT @rdctokyoAFP: He's now an ex-tractor-fan. (I'll see myself out...) https://t.co/RyKd9kAG09
It seems kind of timely to go back to 1977 and review the two works of written fiction that won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards that year,…
Second paragraph of third story ("Robbie"): She craned her neck to investigate the possibilities of a clump of bushes to the right and then withdrew…
Several classics here, three of which I had read before. NB that both “The Weapon Shop” and “There Shall Be Darkness” have…