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December 08, 2010


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Not much novel-reading for me these days. Being in the Bay Area for the Holidays, I went to Berkeley's Dark Carnival and got Walter Jon Williams's last "Praxis" novel, but I also got Mary Robinette Kowal's story collection "Shades of Milk and Honey". I couldn't see it on their shelves, so I asked the people working there, and they found it! What I am reading these days is "Beneath Ceaseless Skies", an online-only fantasy magazine the various issues of which had been piling up inside my Nook. The overall quality of its fiction puts the lie to rumors of the death of the Short Story.

(actually, at that point in the series, a two-author pseudonym for Mary Monica Pulver and Gail Frazer).

That explains so much... the light has dawned...

#1-6 are the two-author team. After that it's just Gail Frazer.

I still like the books quite a bit, but I wish she'd stick to the mystery focus and not do quite so much politics.

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