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Keith Stevenson
speculative fiction author, reviewer, editor and publisher
speculative fiction author, reviewer, editor and publisher


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Christmas reading!
My annual shout out on some amazing
stories to enjoy. Perspolis
Rising - James SA Corey Hot of the press, I'm reading this right now, but if you haven't read any
Expanse books (or seen the TV series on Netflix) get into it. This is

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Writing and... Pinterest
Up until about six months ago I’d only used Pinterest to show scans of  20th-century science fiction book covers , many of which I’d had since I was an early teenager, and as another channel for promoting my  book reviews  and my first novel,  Horizon .   B...

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Missing Planets
In 2006 our nine-planet solar system dropped to eight when Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet. The reason for the downgrade was the discovery of other similarly sized objects in the Kuiper Belt: a region of space extending beyond the orbit of Neptune to...

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Happy Star Trek Day!
Here's a pic of my single episode appearance (as a redshirt, of course). 😀

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Silent Running
The 1972 film Silent Running imagines a future where Earth is so polluted that the last forests have been blasted into space in environmental domes to preserve them. Freeman Lowell, played by Bruce Dern, is forced to kill his fellow crew members to save the...

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Most Christians in Australia support marriage equality and want a free vote

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Towards a Practical Utopia
If you’re a regular reader of Beyond you’ll know that AI is quickly becoming smarter than we are, beating our best players of games like Go and chess; and that robots in the workplace will be here sooner than most governments anticipate (especially the curr...

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Review - The Stars Are Legion - Kameron Hurley
The Stars Are Legion by Kameron Hurley My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Stars Are Legion is refreshing on so many fronts. Firstly it's a stand-alone, so not weighed down with all that entails. Secondly the world building and technology is visceral - literally: b...

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Big Data has you
As the World Wide Web turned 28 years old on 12 March, Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the internet while working at CERN in 1989, warned that the rise of fake news, political advertising and misuse of personal data threatens to damage the potential of the in...
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