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Earth Station Trek Episode Fifty-Eight – Moxie Magnus and The Galactic Barrier

The EARTH STATION TREK crew is joined this week by Lieutenant Moxie Ann Magnus, chief xenocosmetologist aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, for an enlightening, and uproarious, insight into hair styling in the 23rd Century! After that, we cross “The Galactic Barrier” with Star Trek: Discovery! Spoiler Alert! DSC 4×10 21:18-57:49 Earth

Earth Station Trek Episode Fifty-Seven -Predicting the Future and Rubicon

Star Trek has a long history of anticipating future developments, this week we take a look at which future predictions have come true and which ones missed the mark. We also touch on the latest Star Trek news and revisit some Trek history before crossing “Rubicon” with Star Trek: Discovery!

Earth Station One Ep 554

The Earth Station One Podcast – The 50th Anniversary of Ringworld

The ESO Book Club returns to discuss Larry Niven’s celebrated science fiction classic. Mike, Mike, and Kirby Bartlett-Sloan embark on the Lying Bastard to investigate the secrets behind one of the largest technological wonders of Known Space. Plus, writer/playwright/actor Billy Van Zandt shares some stimulating and side-splitting sitcom stories. All

The Assassin Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Assassin’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE ASSASSIN An Issac Bell Adventure By Justin Scott & Clive Cussler Putnam Books 406 pages This new Isaac Bell adventure is set in 1905 and begins when a highly skilled sniper sets about murdering high officials working for Standard Oil, the biggest energy empire in America. Bell, as a

Beware the Horned Monsters Review By Ron Fortier

‘Mystery of the Horned Monster’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

MYSTERY OF THE HORNED MONSTER A Hollywood Cowboy Detectives Mystery By Darryle Purcell A Buckskins Edition Western If you are a devoted movie buff who knows William Pratt was Boris Karloff’s real name and Bela Lugois was originally Bela Blasko then you most likely will know in which Republic Serial

Cena Amena Book Review By Ron Fortier

Ceara Amena Book Review By Ron Fortier

CEARA AMENA Warrior of the Qumran Desert By Jamie Evans Pulpsmack Publishing 88 pages For the past several years, writer Jamie Evans has been writing and publishing his own fiction in small chapbooks. Released in 2015, this one clearly had no real editing. What appears on the pages is often

Skelos 2 book review by Ron Fortier

‘SKELOS 2’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

SKELOS 2 The Magazine of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy Edited by Mark Fin, Chris Gruber, Jeffrey Shanks Skelos Press 202 pages Last year we had the pleasure of reviewing the first issue of this terrific new fantasy journal and gave it a resounding welcome. Imagine both our surprise and

Cut Me In Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Cut Me In’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

CUT ME IN By Ed McBain Hard Case Crime 237 pages As a high school student in the early 1960s, we discovered the paperback crime fiction of writer Ed McBain and instantly became enamored of his enormous talent. He was and remains to this very day our favorite author. “Cut

Banshees Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Banshees’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

BANSHEES By Mike Baron WordFire Press 401 pages Since turning his considerable talents to prose, Eisner Award winning comicbook writer Mike Baron has been knocking out some fantastic over-the-top fiction. Among these is “Banshees,” a horror fantasy set squarely in the world of rock and roll and its tale is

The Body Snachers Affair Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Body Snatchers Affair’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE BODY SNATCHERS AFFAIR A Carpenter & Quincannon Mystery By Marcia Muller & Bill Pronzini Forge Books 219 pages This is the second Carpenter & Quincannon mystery we’ve had the pleasure of reading and are eager to point you in its direction. Authors Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini are both

‘Circle City Shakedown’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

CIRCLE CITY SHAKEDOWN (A Phillip Chandler Mystery) By Bill Craig Whiz Bang LLC 274 pgs Bill Craig can knock out a half dozen crime thrillers faster than most established writers can do one. The amazement is, they are all damn good books. With “Circle City Shakedown,” first released in 2014,

‘Singularity’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

SINGULARITY Rise of the Posthumans Edited by Jaime Ramos & Wayne Carey Pro Se Press 164 pgs. Shared world anthologies are always fascinating and at the same time a really challenge to pull off properly. In this wonderful book from Pro Se Press, editors Jaime Ramos and Wayne Carey have

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