March, 2010

DatePost TitleAuthorWorkSeries
Mon Mar 1: Telepathy and polyamory: Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Forbidden Tower [Post] [Marion Zimmer Bradley] [The Forbidden Tower]
Wed Mar 3: “Where did he belong?”: Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Bloody Sun [Post] [Marion Zimmer Bradley] [The Bloody Sun]
Thu Mar 4: No weapon that leaves the hand: Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Heritage of Hastur [Post] [Marion Zimmer Bradley] [The Heritage of Hastur]
Fri Mar 5: A heroine's journey: Marion Zimmer Bradley's Hawkmistress [Post] [Marion Zimmer Bradley] [Hawkmistress]
Tue Mar 9: Fantasy and the need to remake our origin stories [Post]
Wed Mar 10: “Everyone talks like Shakespeare”: Pamela Dean's Secret Country trilogy [Post] [Pamela Dean] [Secret Country trilogy]
Thu Mar 11: Re-living your own life: Ken Grimwood's Replay [Post] [Ken Grimwood] [Replay]
Fri Mar 12: Painting Saturn's Ring red: John Varley's 1970s Eight Worlds stories [Post] [John Varley] [1970s Eight Worlds stories]
Mon Mar 15: Why reviewers don't often say “This sucks”. [Post]
Tue Mar 16: In Sheep's Clothing: Why Fantasy and SF might be disguised as each other [Post]
Wed Mar 17: Grimmer than grim: C.J. Cherryh, The Chronicles of Morgaine [Post] [C.J. Cherryh] [The Chronicles of Morgaine]
Sun Mar 21: Honour to your holdfast, honour to your teyn: George R.R. Martin's Dying of the Light [Post] [George R.R. Martin] [Dying of the Light]
Mon Mar 22: What do you think you should do?: Keith Roberts's Molly Zero [Post] [Keith Roberts] [Molly Zero]
Fri Mar 26: The mind, the heart, sex, class, feminism, true love, intrigue, not your everyday ho hum detective story: Dorothy Sayers's Gaudy Night [Post] [Dorothy L. Sayers] [Gaudy Night]
Sat Mar 27: Epistolary fantasy that will make you smile: Patricia Wrede and Caroline Stevermer's Sorcery and Cecelia [Post] [Patricia Wrede] [Caroline Stevermer] [Sorcery and Cecelia]
Tue Mar 30: Three short Hainish novels: Ursula Le Guin's Rocannon's World, Planet of Exile and City of Illusions [Post] [Ursula K. Le Guin] [Rocannon's World] [Planet of Exile] [City of Illusions]
Wed Mar 31: Amazingly solid world: John M. Ford's The Princes of the Air [Post] [John M. Ford] [The Princes of the Air]

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