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  • In a sense, though 99% of my sensibilities run contrary to the demands of creating SF stories that are grounded in Mundane science, I understand what they mean, and wrote "Hollow Girl: A Romance" along the same unconscious lines.

    telling people what to write

  • In a sense, though 99% of my sensibilities run contrary to the demands of creating SF stories that are grounded in Mundane science, I understand what they mean, and wrote "Hollow Girl: A Romance" along the same unconscious lines.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • * A History of Obama Feigning Interest in Mundane Things.

    Closing! All! My! Tabs! « Gerry Canavan

  • Vern and his sidekick, Sister Grace of the Faerie Catholic church, are from another dimension, called Faerie, into our world, which Vern calls the Mundane world.

    Magic, Mensa and Mayhem by Karina L. Fabian

  • I have nothing against the type of stories that could be described as Mundane although I don't like them as much as, say, coalescent.

    Muggle SF

  • In all likelihood such an agenda was far from the intentions of the creators of many of the works we might now classify as Mundane, but which might more accurately be described as subtle.

    It's Almost Obligatory: Mundane SF

  • In all likelihood such an agenda was far from the intentions of the creators of many of the works we might now classify as Mundane, but which might more accurately be described as subtle.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Jonathan Strathan alerts me to the fact that Geoff Ryman is plugging something called Mundane SF.

    Roommate From Hell

  • The protagonist and narrator is Vern, a dragon pressed by the magical prowess of St. George into service an agent for the Faerie Catholic Church, a job that in the present day involves, for reasons not quite clear, working on the "Mundane" side of the space-time rift as a hard-boiled private detective, assisted appropriately by a nun, Sister Grace, who is also a powerful mage.

    Book Review: Magic, Mensa and Mayhem

  • The protagonist and narrator is Vern, a dragon pressed by the magical prowess of St. George into service an agent for the Faerie Catholic Church, a job that in the present day involves, for reasons not quite clear, working on the "Mundane" side of the space-time rift as a hard-boiled private detective, assisted appropriately by a nun, Sister Grace, who is also a powerful mage.

    Archive 2010-06-01

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  • " Ranger's men were a motley group, chosen for specific skills and strengths of character over other more mundane attributes such as lack of a criminal record" Janet Evanovich-Finger Lickin' Fifteen

    September 23, 2010