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  • I'll be interviewing Paul Kincaid, aka peake next Wednesday 26th March, about sf criticism and in particular his new book What it is we do when we read science fiction.

    grahamsleight: BSFA interview

  • But I am definitely in that class of reviewers or bloggers who write reviews that I am absolutely certain peake would have no interest in reading.

    A little bit about reviewing

  • Like peake, I will read a review just to read the review itself; it's not so much about the book, in that case, but about the quality of thought and understanding that goes into the review.

    A little bit about reviewing

  • Posted on 2008.02.28 at 20: 09 peake makes an interesting point here about reviews (and the link in his post is also very good, if long).

    A little bit about reviewing

  • Step forward, snurri, peake, pjthompson and matociquala, assume the position and take what's comin' to ya!

    Today, It's A Quadruple!

  • Jul. 25th, 2007 at 9: 47 AM peake with the sensible person's response to the internet reviewing discussion

    fever in the morning. fever all through the night.

  • May. 16th, 2007 at 1: 02 PM peake reviews Carnival for SF Site.

    no one minds a junkie with a well-paying job.

  • Speaking of crowleycrow, peake says that the nicest thing he can say about Carnival is that he read it after two of JC's books and didn't ever actually throw it across the room.

    head 'em up. move 'em out.

  • It was lovely--peake wrote a nice account on his livejournal for those who may be interested.

    Intimations of Mortality

  • I first met camies longer ago than we'd probably like to remember, and brisingamen and peake, for their sins, are actually my oldest friends in the southeast of England.

    November 27th, 2008


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