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Trish Matson
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An award-winning writer/editor interested in science and technology issues, SF&F, history, games, music, dance, and more!
An award-winning writer/editor interested in science and technology issues, SF&F, history, games, music, dance, and more!

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2018 Hugos: Novellas
As I continue my Hugos vote-reading, I come to Novellas! This category has really been growing in accessibility for the past few years, not only in the voter packet but out in the wild. My lovely local library had several of them, and ebooks mean you can fi...
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2018 Hugo nominees: Movies
This year, I had actually seen all the Hugo nominees for longform dramatic presentation on the big screen. (Why don't they just call this categories movies, you may ask? Because one could nominate other longform presentations here, such as miniseries or aud...
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2018 Hugo Nominees: graphic stories
For a really thoughtful look at the 2018 Hugo Award nominees for Best Graphic Story, I highly recommend my Skiffy and Fanty crewmate Stephen Geigen-Miller's analysis .  He didn't name his top picks, though. So I'll give my quick reactions here. Best Graphic...
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Hugo podcast nominees, and other favorites of mine
The 2018 Hugo Awards finalists for best fancast (podcast by fans) are The Coode Street Podcast , presented by Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe Ditch Diggers , presented by Mur Lafferty and Matt Wallace Fangirl Happy Hour , presented by Ana Grilo and Renay...
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Hugo/Nebula Shorts
I've started devouring the Hugo Awards packet for this year (voting in 2018, written in 2017). I'm going to try to write a post each time I finish and vote for a category, although work and life are likely to interfere with that goal. I had already read all...
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Roundup of My Podcasts: 2018
I decided it's time to create a new podcast roundup for 2018 instead of making people scroll down to my post from early 2017, that I just kept updating. I'll probably do this one the same way, though. For posts from before, please see my original podcast ro...
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Month of Joy: The Order of the Air by Jo Graham and Melissa Scott
I'm actually cross-posting this in June but back-dating to January because that's when the post I'm talking about here actually went up on Skiffy and Fanty. The science fiction and fantasy fan site that I co-edit had a "Month of Joy" in January, when creato...
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Audiobook: The Child of the Moat
I'm pleased to announce that Librivox has released the second audiobook in which I've participated: The Child of the Moat by Ian Bernard Stoughton Holborn . I haven't had time to listen to it all yet, but I very much enjoyed reading the book. The Child of t...
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Movie Review: BladeRunner 2049 ('As Clear As Dreaming')
I reviewed BladeRunner 2049 on the Skiffy and Fanty website soon after the movie premiered. It was not a perfect movie, but I did think it was great in many ways. http://skiffyandfanty.com/blogposts/reviews/moviereviews/bladerunner2049review/ I think this, ...
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Squeeful and accurate review of the new Thor movie by my Skiffy and Fanty crewmate.
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