Russian Security Now Using Typewriters to Thwart the NSA
Typewriters: the perfect technology for a paranoid 21st-century world?
Philip K. Dick + Sonia
Truman Capote + Tiffany
Ernest Hemingway + Nick
Neil Gaiman + Zoe
Jean Paul Sartre + Nothing
Jack Kerouac + Tyke
Herman Hesse + Narciss
Jean Luis Borges + Aleph
Charles Bukowski + Factotum
Alduous Huxley + Limbo
Mark Twain + Huckleberry
Ezra Pound + Cats
Hunter Thompson + Jones
Haruki Marukami + Kirin
Allen Ginsberg + Howl
William S. Burroughs + Junkie
Samuel Beckett + Murphy and Watt
George Bernard Shaw + Pygmalion
Albert Camus + Stranger
Must get better about deadlines. Must get better about deadlines. Must get better about deadlines. Must get…
The list: 100 Great Science Fiction Stories by Women
Now let the arguing begin… The list below contains 100 pieces of short fiction - short stories, novelettes and novellas - by women writers, published between 1927 and 2012. Each author appears on…
Posting this in response to NPR’s reader-generated list of top SF novels, a list that has distressingly few female names on it.
As if there weren’t already plenty of reasons to love Joss Whedon: He’d like to make a ballet about a library.
Walt Whitman's haversack to go on display at Library of Congress
Whitman brought gifts to wounded and dying soldiers in Washington hospitals during the Civil War.
I’m turning into an old softie. I found this very moving…. Must hop down the road and pay my respects while it’s on display.