Tag Archives: Gwyneth Jones

In praise of the compromised, the partial and the temporary

We who care about the health of the planet, social justice and combatting poverty, live in a time of betrayal and rage. There is no need to rehearse yet again the manifest lunacy of Brexit, Trump and the rising tide … Continue reading

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Spec, fic, state

In Transition, in passing, Iain Banks self-reflexively talks of the spec fic context.  Let us expand this thought from the ubercoolmeister. I have written elsewhere about the definitions and opportunities of the genre, on the lovely hagsharlotsheroines.com website.   The lazy … Continue reading

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