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Category Archives: book review
Frank Drake, the search for ETs, and why it’s perfectly okay to enjoy watching astronauts punch conspiracy theorists
A review of Frank Drake’s “Is Anyone Out There?” (Delacorte, 1992)
Moviebob: Brick by Brick
A review of Bob Chipman’s “classic” book about Super Mario Bros. 3.
Behold a Pale Horse: The Book that Ruined America
“Milton William Cooper’s 1991 opus Behold a Pale Horse ruined America.”
Book review by Lane Chasek
A Review of Brent Spiner’s Fan Fiction
Howdy! This is your Captain speaking. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of reading one of the most unusual books ever written by a Trek alum, Brent Spiner’s Fan Fiction, a fictional murder mystery centered around (mostly) true events. While I wouldn’t consider Spiner’s literary debut to be the best book written byContinue reading “A Review of Brent Spiner’s Fan Fiction”
Golems, Tinmen, and Robots, Oh My!
New essay about the Oz series from Jess Schneed
“…the Oz series broke a lot of ground in speculative fiction, namely in regards to writing about artificial lifeforms.”
Review of Kristi Carter’s Cosmovore
Poetry about the Cosmovore, who eats (literally) everything.
AIs and a Dangerous (near)Future
The Singularity Survival Guide by Peter Clarke
Mission: Book Reviews
We’re reviewing books now!
Night Siege Review
Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings, 2nd Edition (Llewellyn Publications, 1998) Dr. J. Allen Hynek, Philip J. Imbrogno, & Bob Pratt Captain’s Log 03102021 I’ve loved reading about UFOs and close encounters ever since I was a kid, so when I found Night Siege at my local library, I was hoping to relive thoseContinue reading “Night Siege Review”