2018 Clarke Award shortlist review and winner!

This is that moment when you have to ask yourself, “Do I really want to keep following her, or should I cull her from my blog reader?”

I have a new blog. It’s called Moondanity. I just posted my review of the 2018 Clarke shortlist and winner announcement. You should go over there and read it.

I miss us.

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7 thoughts on “2018 Clarke Award shortlist review and winner!

  1. antyphayes says:

    šŸ˜¦ … but wait, there’s a new blog! šŸ™‚

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  2. graycope14 says:

    Woohoooo! This is a very welcome return.

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  3. So are you abandoning this blog, or running both of them? May I ask why start a new blog, rather than just re-orient this one?

    [particularly curious since you mission statement for the new blog seems to be to stop reading SF&F and read literary instead – and sad to say, if you think SF&F gets repetitive, I have very bad news for you about non-genre fiction! – but you’ve kicked off with a review of the Hugo Shortlist…?]

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    • Er… Clarke, obviously, not Hugo.

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      • Megan AM says:

        I don’t know if I’ll keep adding to this blog, but it’ll still be here. It feels so loaded with stuff already, I just felt like it was time for a new place and a new direction. I guess like moving onto a new spiral notebook for people who journal. The topic of this blog was strict Hugo reading… that became not so strict. Now that I’ve started to better identify what I like, I’m ready to dedicate a new blog to that.

        I hope it becomes more clear in time, but by inserting ‘moon’ into ‘mundanity,’ I was hoping to make it clear that I’m not quite ready to abandon SF entirely… just trying to get closer to pinpointing the stuff I like. Seems like the stuff I like tends to straddle those boundaries, and sometimes they aren’t boundaries I can see, but other people can– definitely want to explore that difference in perception.. I definitely didn’t mean to give the impression that I’m interesting in blogging strictly about non-genre books (be they literary or not).

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