September, 2010

DatePost TitleAuthorWorkSeries
Thu Sep 2: “A number of humans and a number of baboons”: Robert M. Sapolsky's A Primate's Memoir [Post] [Robert M. Sapolsky] [A Primate's Memoir]
Fri Sep 3: Manners and escapes: Sherwood Smith's Crown Duel [Post] [Sherwood Smith] [Crown Duel]
Sat Sep 4: Ditmar Awards 2010 [Post]
Sun Sep 5: OK, where do I start with that? X,Y,Z. [Post] [X...] [Y...] [Z...] [OK, where do I start with that?]
Tue Sep 7: How do you find these things? [Post]
Tue Sep 7: Really good fun: Poul Anderson's The High Crusade [Post] [Poul Anderson] [The High Crusade]
Wed Sep 8: Do you skim? [Post]
Wed Sep 8: Quincentennial: Arthur C. Clarke's Imperial Earth [Post] [Arthur C. Clarke] [Imperial Earth]
Thu Sep 9: Double Identity [Post]
Fri Sep 10: A pit in Dothan: Josephine Tey's Brat Farrar [Post] [Josephine Tey] [Brat Farrar]
Sun Sep 12: “You're not the devil by any chance?” Daphne Du Maurier's The Scapegoat [Post] [Daphne Du Maurier] [The Scapegoat]
Tue Sep 14: E.C. Tubb 1919-2010 [Post] [E.C. Tubb]
Tue Sep 14: Eve dreaming of Adam: Mary Stewart's The Ivy Tree [Post] [Mary Stewart] [The Ivy Tree]
Wed Sep 15: Two young ladies: Joan Aiken's Deception [Post] [Joan Aiken] [Deception]
Thu Sep 16: Ridiculously honourable: Anthony Hope's The Prisoner of Zenda [Post] [Anthony Hope] [The Prisoner of Zenda]
Fri Sep 17: Zenda reimagined with sex: George MacDonald Fraser's Royal Flash [Post] [George MacDonald Fraser] [Royal Flash]
Tue Sep 21: A merrier world: J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit [Post] [J.R.R. Tolkien] [The Hobbit]
Wed Sep 22: Two Beauties, Two Beasts: Robin McKinley's Beauty and Rose Daughter [Post] [Robin McKinley] [Beauty] [Rose Daughter]
Thu Sep 23: A cup or a comb or a song: Ellen Kushner's Thomas the Rhymer [Post] [Ellen Kushner] [Thomas the Rhymer]
Mon Sep 27: Monuments from the future: Robert Charles Wilson's The Chronoliths [Post] [Robert Charles Wilson] [The Chronoliths]
Mon Sep 27: Pondering humanity: Theodore Sturgeon's The Dreaming Jewels [Post] [Theodore Sturgeon] [The Dreaming Jewels]
Tue Sep 28: The Suck Fairy [Post]
Wed Sep 29: A future that never came: Arthur C. Clarke's A Fall of Moondust [Post] [Arthur C. Clarke] [A Fall of Moondust]

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