Broken bits of habitat disappeared like a low Earth fog evaporating under the pressure of a bright sun.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents A.M. Fals’s “Space in Our Relationship”.
So. In a world like this it is good to know where you are.
Is a film about circles that loops its ending into its beginning more than a gimmick? Is a story about boredom that’s intentionally boring a big deal? Is a sprawling book about the sprawl of existence doing anything interesting? By its nature, Always Coming Home contains a kind of resistance that other books by Le Guin did not, though maybe resistance is the wrong word.