They’re the best:
Reasons to pick up a novella: literally pocket sized (for you or your friends).
Also great reasons:
*Quick-read style of a short story
*But with novel depth
*Great variety (check out some of our faves from @tordotcom in our SFF section)#bookshopshenanigans pic.twitter.com/mk7mhlXFRT
— Bookshop Santa Cruz (@BookshopSC) May 17, 2018
Want to know more about #ShirleyJacksonAwards nominee Stephen Graham Jones? Check out my review in Transmotion of The Faster Redder Road: The Best UnAmerican Stories of SGJ by Theo Van Alst & The Critical Companion to SJG from @BillyJStratton https://t.co/o5MDhQZFMA @SGJ72 pic.twitter.com/UfVAuHsab8
— Nadhia Grewal (@GrewalNadhia) May 15, 2018
For many of us out in the fansphere, this isn’t just the dream, this is the perfect nightmare. Which, yes, is kind of am empty statement. What I’m trying to say is: Could there possibly have been anything even halfway as cool as this?
Wow, so cool—great ballot to be a finalist on. Luck to all:
Every time I see this, I get excited all over. Because? If a wooly rhino can be frozen in a frozen place for 39,000 years, then . . . so could a Denosivan. I mean, maybe a Neanderthal too, but Denosivans were in the more tundra-ey places, so I think they’re the better bet.
In June 2007 this remarkably well-preserved woolly rhinoceros carcass was discovered frozen by gold miners in eastern Siberia. It is 39,000 years old. This was the first discovery of an entire woolly rhino preserved in permafrost. Find out more https://t.co/06QP56iDFR pic.twitter.com/ZnimckIM4F
He’s Adrian Veidt with a cosmic version of the Redeker Plan, yeah? It’s a good build for a bad guy. I miss his old “I want to kill half the universe as a gift for Death, whom I love love love”-angle from the comics, but I think this version plays better. Or, it doesn’t have a self-destruct button built in.
Also, wonder if Deadpool will say anything about Brolin being both Thanos and Cable? Or, how can he not?