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“Stirling's In the Courts of the Crimson Kings (and Sky People) books as exemplars of this.”
“Here's a series of videos recorded by a serious fan of S.M. Stirling's Emberverse (a.k.a. The Change), the post-technology future setting of the novels Dies the Fire, The Protector's War, A Meeting at Corvallis, The Sunrise Lands, The Scourge of God, and The Sword of the Lady.”
“But the most recent book I read at one jump was Stirling's "In the Courts of the Crimson Kings".”
“K Road Power is proceeding with development of the Calico Solar project, although the company was "still digesting the Stirling bankruptcy" and had "not made any final decisions yet" on how to proceed with the portion of the facility that was to use Stirling's technology, Dan O'Shea, a senior vice president at New York-based K Road, said Thursday.”
“Tessera sold that project, called Calico Solar, to developer K Road Power, which redesigned the project to use primarily solar panels to generate electricity, but also included a portion that would use Stirling's technology.”
“Also in December, NTR unit Tessera Solar lost a key contract with Edison International 's southern California utility to sell the output from a 663-megawatt solar-power plant that was designed to use Stirling's technology.”
“For all its double-dealing and the strutting vanities of both men and women, particularly Rachael Stirling's affected Melinda, a woman who is all "ears" and graces, it has a sweet heart.”
“S.M. Stirling's "A Murder in Eddsford" takes us to an alternate future of 2049, where technology is limited by altering the laws of nature.”
“The standouts are S.M. Stirling's 'A Murder in Eddsford, 'which could be at home in a collection of English cozies, and Mary Rosenblum's' Sacrifice, 'which marries a vision of advanced Aztec civilization to an intricate plot.”
“Stirling's updated take on the planetary romance has become wonderfully inventive.”
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