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Vintage SciFi Post Round up!

Posted on: January 29, 2017

Vintage SF badgeOh, ya’ll are THE BEST.  look at all this Vintage-y goodness you’ve posted in the last little while!

A Jagged Orbit reviewed Ralph 124C41+ by Hugo Gernsback (hey, that guy’s first name rings a bell . . . )

Under my Apple Tree chose Ursula K. LeGuin’s The Lathe of Heaven as her Vintage read

Mervi is on a Leigh Brackett kick, reviewing The Sword of Rhiannon, The Best of Planet Stories #1 and The Ginger Star

SciFi Story of the Week tackles short fiction: “Tunesmith” by Lloyd Biggle, Jr. , “Call Me Joe” by Poul Anderson, and “All You Zombies” by Robert A. Heinlein

Even you don’t speak Italian,  google translate may be able to help you enjoy this in depth review of The Sands of Mars by Arthur C Clarke, from Nella’s blog Le Chateau Ambulant

Jean at Howling Frog enjoys a James Blish’s Star Trek 7 TOS episode novelization (and I can’t even tell you how much I adore these little books. I am kicking myself for not buying ALL OF THEM at John King Books in Detroit!)

Planetary Defense Command reviews Isaac Asimov’s Intergalactic Empires

James Wallace Harris delves deep into Why we read vintage science fiction. Is it nostalgia? something more? He also has a fascinating essay on Books that start Snowballing Themes

Kaedrin reviews Wasp by Eric Frank Russell and  Tau Zero by Poul Anderson (Anderson seems very popular this year!)

Bushi enjoyed Jerry Pournelle’s King David’s Spaceship, clunky opening aside

Looking for more Vintage scifi?  follow @VintageSciFi_ on twitter,  and check out the #VintageSciFi and #VintageSciFiMonth feeds on both twitter and instagram.  Jacob at Red Star Reviews is not only my incredible Vintagae Month co-host, but he curates and RTs and reposts much of what is found on those feeds so everyone else can find it. thanks Jacob!

I love January!

Are you having as much fun  as Jacob and I are this month? If you liked exploring something new with bloggers all over the world, I recommend checking out Short Story February (short stories for a short month!) over at Tip The Wink.  Richard is a good friend of mine, and his blog is amazing. If he’s running an event, that is something you want to be part of!

Also?  Winners of the Vintage SciFi Blind Date with a Book have been contacted, and your books will be mailed this coming week. Feel free to unveil your surprises over social medial so everyone can see what you got!

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5 Responses to "Vintage SciFi Post Round up!"

Great post! Thanks for sharing! TE Mark – Author

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You made me blush. I hope many of your regulars will read short stories in February, and post about them and/or comment on the blog.

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you know I try. 🙂

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[…] Well, I only managed two posts for Vintage Sci-Fi Month.  I have an Arthur C. Clarke novel I’m eager to review, because it’s full of neat-o science and weird human behavior, but I haven’t had time to type up the details.  If you’re craving more classic sci-fi right now, check out the roundup of last week’s vintage sci-fi posts. […]

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I read a LOT. But I forgot to put the links on your post. Here’s the very last one, the wind-up where I put all the books I didn’t have time to post about (because I was obsessively reading politics). http://howlingfrog.blogspot.com/2017/02/vintage-sci-fi-month-wrapup.html

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