Out of the Fog of Memory: A Review of The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta

Out of the Fog of Memory: A Review of The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta Niall Harrison Under Review:The Moonday Letters. Emmi Itäranta. Titan Books, July 2022. In the home stretch of Emmi Itäranta's resonant new novel, one of the diegetic chapter epigraphs provides an introduction to Fog, a synthetic cannabinoid approximately a thousand times … Continue reading Out of the Fog of Memory: A Review of The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta

Conspiracy in the Solar System: Review of Mercury Rising by R.W.W. Greene

Conspiracy in the Solar System: Review of Mercury Rising by R.W.W. Greene PS Livingstone Under Review:Mercury Rising. R.W.W. Greene. Angry Robot, May 10, 2022. Set in an alternative past, R.W.W. Greene’s Mercury Rising explores a version of history where Kennedy didn’t die, and although the book doesn’t focus too much on major historical events as … Continue reading Conspiracy in the Solar System: Review of Mercury Rising by R.W.W. Greene