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Doctor … Who is a Woman?

July 20, 2017
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Doctor Who fans are aghast, or deliriously happy, that the show’s main character is having a sex change. Non-Doctor Who fans are saying the same thing they always say when they hear details about the…

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Star Trek at Fifty

September 10, 2016
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One of my earliest memories was watching the Apollo Moon missions on TV. One of my other earliest memories was hiding behind my mother from a frightening image on TV: a giant, alien, disembodied head.…

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Merry Trek-mas!

December 15, 2015
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My wife Emily made this Christmas decoration a few years ago. See if you can guess what it’s called … you SF fans, you should be able to figure it out. Mark R HunterMark R…

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Move review: “Edge Of Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow …”

July 1, 2014
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Move review: “Edge Of Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow …”

I love a good time travel movie.   Wait, didn’t I already say that in a previous review?   “Edge Of Tomorrow” sounds like a daytime soap opera, but it’s actually a rollicking fun science…

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Review: X-Men Exposed—sometimes literally

June 10, 2014
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Review: X-Men Exposed—sometimes literally

Time travel, yay! I love a great time travel movie. Heck, I love a bad time travel movie. Good news: X-Men: Days of Future Past is a great travel movie. The movie, which has a…

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Titles work for me

March 9, 2014
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My working title for the Girl Scout story will be “No Campfire, Girls”, which is probably more appropriate than the “Burning Brownies” that was suggested. Meanwhile, the working title of my “space opera” novella, which…

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short story, short temper

March 2, 2014
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I spent a few hours yesterday trying to whittle out the fat in a 3,635 word SF short story. It’s now 3,703 words. *sigh* Mark R HunterMark R Hunter is the author of three romantic…

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