With Empathy and Imagination: a Review of Everything For Everyone by M.E. O’Brien & Eman Abdelhadi

With Empathy and Imagination: a Review of Everything For Everyone: An Oral History of the New York Commune, 2052–2072 by M.E. O'Brien & Eman Abdelhadi Ben Berman Ghan Under Review:Everything For Everyone: An Oral History of the New York Commune, 2052-2072. M.E. O'Brien & Eman Abdelhadi. Common Notions, August 2, 2022. The world loves a … Continue reading With Empathy and Imagination: a Review of Everything For Everyone by M.E. O’Brien & Eman Abdelhadi

The SFF Librarian Reviews: The Actual Star by Monica Byrne

SFF Librarian Reviews Jeremy Brett As a voracious reader, and as someone for whom science fiction and fantasy are part of my daily job as a science fiction librarian, I come across a lot of wonderful work in these genres. I love bringing to the attention of interested readers books and authors that bring me … Continue reading The SFF Librarian Reviews: The Actual Star by Monica Byrne

New Town, Black Utopia: Review of Soul City by Thomas Healy

New Town, Black Utopia: Review of Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia by Thomas Healy Joe P. L. Davidson Under Review: Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia. By Thomas Healy. Metropolitan Books, February 2, 2021. When Thomas More was imagining his utopia in … Continue reading New Town, Black Utopia: Review of Soul City by Thomas Healy

Even This Is Too Good to be True: Review of The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson

Even This Is Too Good to be True: Review of The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson Stephen Saperstein Frug Under Review: The Ministry for the Future. Kim Stanley Robinson. Orbit, 2020. In the apocalyptic landscape of late postmodernism, it has become commonplace for novels to incorporate multiple genres or modes: novels will … Continue reading Even This Is Too Good to be True: Review of The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson