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David Tallerman
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For a couple of days only, The Black River Chronicles: Level One is awfully cheap to buy in e-book. Meanwhile, elsewhere, the second Chronicle is coming on apace!

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Here's a little something that Michael Wills and I have been working on making happen over the last few weeks ... The Black River Chronicles: Level One is now an audiobook, and a splendidly narrated one too!

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Here's a review of the largely excellent Agent Hunter service, which - as the name suggests - offers a database of literary agents and agencies, along with a few enticing extras, at least one of which is worth the entry price alone.

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A couple of real classics in this week's batch of nineties anime: twisted horror fantasy in Doomed Megalopolis and campy cyberpunk fun with the Knight Sabers and their Bubblegum Crisis...

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Not all short story publishers are born equal. A very few, in fact, are prone to making grand promises that they're thoroughly incapable of keeping, and to generally wasting everyone's time. Here are some tips on how to spot those guys early.

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The first 90's anime article of the new year, in which I buck last year's growing trend of reviewing stuff that was actually good and mostly go on about how much I hated Golgo 13: Queen Bee. And still run out of words to describe how much I hated Golgo 13: Queen Bee.

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Finally, I've finished writing up my top ten favourite anime shows watched in 2016! In fairness, it would have been a lot easier if I hadn't watched quite so much great anime in 2016.

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Here's the announcement I hinted at a couple of weeks back: there's a new Chronicle on the way, and Mike and I have some grand plans for it.

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Writing up my top ten fantasy and sci-fi movies of last year seems to have taken an inordinate amount of time, which is why I'm posting it now and we're already half way through January. But maybe that's because, whenever I sat down to write it, I was reminded of how disappointing 2016 was for fantasy and sci-fi movies.

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Better get my year end post up while it's still 2017, huh? 2016 was a challenging year personally, a hit and miss year professionally, but a damn fine year for watching incomprehensible Russian movies and listening to incomprehensible Japanese pop groups, so I'm calling it a win.
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