As I announced on all the social media, my review of Ruth Ozeki’s Kitchie-winning, Booker-shortlisted novel, A Tale for the Time Being, was posted at AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review on Monday. It seems a little premature to say that I’ve picked up a gig reviewing books when only one review has been posted so far, but this review isn’t a one-time thing. If all goes well I should have a review with them every other month or so (and yes, I know what I’m reviewing next).
My friend Dominik Parisien is editing Clockwork Canada, an anthology of Canadian steampunk stories, for Exile Editions, to be published in spring 2016. Open to submissions from December 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015; Canadians only; 2,000 to 8,000 words; 5¢/word.
One of Jeet Heer’s famous numbered Twitter essays deals with the relationship between history, alternate history and science fiction, and goes down some really interesting alleyways. A few examples: