Table of Contents | 10 Sep 2001
She let the smile die on her lips and took a small drink from the bottle. "Actually, sweetheart, I already got a man. He's back in Angola doin' 9 to 12. Killed a man that was nasty to me."
Einstein made it a habit to let things that didn't bother anyone else bother him, and this time it led him to one of his greatest triumphs—the general theory of relativity.
They move in a slow wheel of devastation / dark sisters spinning with the grace of death. . . .
"Urban Tapestry performs filk music, which is generally described as songs written on themes that appeal to fans of science fiction and fantasy. Our songs cover the silly and the serious in styles from ballads to jazz to rock, and our arrangements include vocal harmonies, guitar, flute and percussion."
Jones comments that SF writers and readers habitually practice deconstruction, whether they know it or not: . . . 'every writer and reader [of SF] has to practice this modern art habitually, technically, intuitively' in the process of unravelling and comprehending the thought experiment that underlies the creation of any truly science fictional world.
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