Review: “Extraction Request” by Rich Larson (Clarkesworld #112)

(Read it here!) About the Author: According to his website, Rich Larson has received the 2014 Dell Award and 2012 Rannu Prize for Writers of Speculative Fiction, and has been nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Prize. He has also been nominated for the Pushcart and Journey Prizes. He has been published in Asimov's and F&SF magazines, …

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Review: “The Abduction of Europa” by E. Catherine Tobler (Clarkesworld #112)

(Read the story here!) This review assumes you have already read it, so please do check it out before reading on. About the Author: E. Catherine Tobler is, like Tuesday's author, another tried-and-tested writer of professional standards. A quick look at her website reveals an impressive bibliography of work that stretches across at least a decade …

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Review: “The Algorithms of Value” by Robert Reed (Clarkesworld #112)

(Here's a link to the story - read it for yourself!) Robert Reed is a veteran of SFF fiction: during his career, he's published 11 novels, 200 short works (10 of those have been published on Clarkesworld) and he's been nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula awards. With those kinds of credits, you know …

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This Month’s Short Fiction Review: Clarkesworld #112

For the rest of this month, I will be reviewing the stories in the latest issue of Clarkesworld magazine. Reviews will be posted every Tuesday and Friday at around 4pm GMT (around noonish in the States), so make sure you don't miss them! Clarkesworld is always a fun read, so this should be good.   …

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From Morrowind to Fallout 4: How Bethesda have changed

Image from http://www.fallout4.com Ah, Fallout 4. We've certainly had plenty of time to love it and leave it since it was released back in November. We've seen the sights, done the quests, killed the raiders, glitched our way to infinite caps and painted the whole Commonwealth red. It is also Bethesda's best-selling release to date. …

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