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by on Oct 1, 2013 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Street signs have a magic all their own. They can lead you to your destination. They can direct you to your death. Ignore them at your peril. The Urbäna   With a scream, Sean sat bolt upright throwing off the covers. Eight months after the accident, the crimson dreams still wrenched him...

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I Married A Fake Geek Girl; A Defense of Casual Fandom

by on Mar 5, 2013 in Nonfiction | 12 comments

by Kelly McCullough Just for giggles, let’s start with bona fides. I’m going to be talking about fake geeks and casual fandom, after all, and I wouldn’t want anyone to take me too seriously on that front. I am a professional science fiction and fantasy author, most...

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