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NEW Steampunk Novella

Gunga Din in Pitts Borough

Kyle Higginbothan of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency and his wartime companion, a bastard and homeless son of British Injia, find themselves on assignment in the New World, solving the murder of a factory baron in Pitts Borough.  

Could a Revolution of the fairer sex be behind the killing?

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Science and Fantasy Fiction BlogThe SFF Blog Continues

Visit the S&FF Blog.  Scot is rereading Alan Wiesman's The World Without Us and coming up with some interesting observations.  Would the world really be better off without us?

 

Viewpoints

From Essays to Book Reviews, we occasionally have things to say.  This month, we ask the question, "Can Science Fiction Predict the Future?" in our essay entitles Future Blind.  Read more...