Author Archives: Scott D. Danielson

Reconnection

Over the past several years, I’ve read less and less. There are lots of reasons for this, but those reasons all fit in the file drawer labeled “Distraction”. It has been a very long time since I’ve finished an SF … Continue reading

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Desert

Off to the desert till Easter…

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Friday Video: Chimamanda Adichie on What Americans Get Wrong About Africa

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The Little World of Don Camillo by Giovannino Guareschi

This week, one of my favorite episodes of Good Story posted. Julie and I talked about The Little World of Don Camillo by Giovannino Guareschi. The book is a collection of very short, very poignant stories about a Catholic priest … Continue reading

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“A Walk in the Sun” by Geoffrey A. Landis, from Infinivox

Written long before Andy Weir’s The Martian, “A Walk in the Sun” by Geoffrey A. Landis gives us a science fiction survival story a bit closer to home. Trish Mulligan is the last one alive on the moon after crash … Continue reading

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“‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” by Harlan Ellison

One of my most treasured books is my The Top of the Volcano hardcover, a complete (at the time of publication, 2014) collection of Harlan Ellison’s award-winning stories published by Subterranean Press. It’s a beautiful book and the content… well … Continue reading

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