Fig
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Can maintain disdainful detachment even as another, unfamiliar, cat thoughtfully grooms Fig's hind paw.

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Young People Read Old SFF: By The Waters of Babylon by Stephen Vincent Benét
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By The Waters of Babylon by Stephen Vincent Benét

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Goth by Otsuichi
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Goth by Otsuichi

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Woe is me
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Just noticed the book I was going to read tonight won't be out until November, so I shouldn't review it any time soon.

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The Stone Sky (The Broken Earth, book 3) N. K. Jemisin
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The Stone Sky (The Broken Earth, book 3) N. K. Jemisin

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Books Received, August 5 - August 11
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Books Received, August 5 - August 11

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The Danger Quotient by Annabel Johnson & Edgar Johnson
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The Danger Quotient by Annabel Johnson & Edgar Johnson

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A note for next year
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As near as I can tell from these rules James Nicoll Reviews does not qualify as a fanzine (it provides too much of my income). It might be a semi-prozine (bad for me, because my numbers would not get me onto the long list) or Related (where I also don't think I would made it onto the long list).

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When brainstorming goes horribly wrong
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There was talk of having a bonfire in October. Was trying to come up with theme/justification because I am incapable of spontaneity. Thought it might be nice to tie it in somehow to the Year of Waterloo Region SF. Wondered "what SF book features bonfires as a central image?"



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Perseids Watch 2017: Success!
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Many meteors seen, among other things.

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