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It has only been a short while since we revamped the SF Site. The list of reviews has grown and our reviewers have each built something of a following. In order to help you out, we've created a page where each one's reviews are grouped together along with a brief note about them. For your convenience all their reviews are listed here. In order to prevent swelled heads and hurt feelings, the list is alphabetical with their latest at the top of each group.

For some of our reviewers, it has been awhile since their last review. For others, they have moved on to other endeavours. Because our Featured Reviews Sorted by Reviewer page has grown so large, their entries have been moved to this Reviewer Alumni Page.

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Alex Anderson
Alex Anderson is a long-time SF reader just pompous enough to believe other people may want to read the meanderings he scribbles down between fits of extreme lethargy he calls contemplation.
Alex Anderson
The Last Wizard by Simon Hawke
The Ascent of Wonder: The Evolution of Hard SF edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer
Revelations edited by Douglas E. Winter
The Cobweb by Stephen Bury
Lord of the Isles by David Drake
Dreaming Metal by Melissa Scott
The Sandman: Book of Dreams edited by Neil Gaiman and Ed Kramer
Catherine Asaro
Catherine Asaro is a quantum physicist and the author of The Last Hawk and two other novels.
Catherine Asaro
Tangled Up In Blue by Joan D. Vinge
The Stone Maiden by Susan King
Infinity Beach by Jack McDevitt
First Novel: Time of the Wolf by Julie D'Arcy
First Novel: Code of Conduct by Kristine Smith
The Moon and The Sun by Vonda N. McIntyre
Infinity's Shore by David Brin
Tomorrow & Tomorrow by Charles Sheffield
The Golden Key by Melanie Rawn, Jennifer Roberson, and Kate Elliott
Don Bassingthwaite
Don Bassingthwaite is the author of Such Pain (HarperPrism), Breathe Deeply (White Wolf), and Pomegranates Full and Fine (White Wolf), tie-in novels to White Wolf's World of Darkness role-playing games. He can't remember when he started reading science fiction, but has been gaming since high school (and, boy, is his dice arm tired!).
Don Bassingthwaite
First Novel: Frontier Earth by Bruce Boxleitner
Gaming: 7th Sea by Jennifer Wick et al.
Shadowrun: Crossroads by Stephen Kenson
The Dream Spheres by Elaine Cunningham
Gaming: The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Baron Munchausen
Gaming: Renraku Arcology: Shutdown by David Hyatt and Brian Schoner
Gaming: Threats from Beyond by Bill Slavicsek
Threads of Ambition by Loren L. Coleman
Gaming: Tangents by Bruce R. Cordell
Gaming: Shattered Sphere by Diane Piron-Gelman et al.
Gaming: Outbound: An Explorer's Guidebook by Ed Stark
Gaming: Guide to the Sabbat by Justin R. Achilli, et al.
Gaming: Trinity Field Reports: Alien Races / Psi Laws by Bryant Durrell
Gaming: Revelations of the Dark Mother by Phil Brucato
Gaming: Gurahl by Jackie Cassada and Nicky Rea
Gaming: Libellus Sanguinis I and II
Gaming: Demon Hunter X by Jim Moore
Gaming: Tokyo by Bruce Baugh and Mark Cenczyk
Gaming: Land of Eight Million Dreams by Deena McKinney et al.
Gaming: Hengeyokai: Shapeshifters of the East by Brian Campbell et al.
Gaming: Inanimae: The Secret Way by Rob Barret, Roger Gaudreau, Stephan Herman, R.S. Martin and Angel McCoy
First Novel: Beyond the Pale by Mark Anthony
Gaming: Shattered Europe by Bruce Baugh, John R. Snead and Greg Stolze
Gaming: Calimport
Gaming: Dataware
Gaming: Trinity
Gaming: The Bestiary
Gaming: Marvel Super Heroes Adventure Game
Gaming: Star*Drive: Arms and Equipment Guide
Thornhold by Elaine Cunningham
Ann Benson
Novelist Ann Benson is the author of The Plague Tales (Delacorte, 1997).
Ann Benson
Gravelight by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Jeff Berkwits
Jeff Berkwits publishes ASTERISM: The Journal of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Space Music.
Jeff Berkwits
The Soprano Sorceress by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
The Horns of Elfland edited by Ellen Kushner, Delia Sherman and Donald G. Keller
John Berlyne
John Berlyne is a book junkie with a serious habit. He is the long time UK editor of and is widely acknowledged to be the leading expert on the works of Tim Powers. John's extensive Powers Bibliography "Secret Histories" will be published in April 2009 by PS Publishing. When not consuming genre fiction, John owns and runs North Star Delicatessen, a gourmet food outlet in Chorlton, Manchester.
John Berlyne
Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy edited by William Schafer
The Steel Remains by Richard Morgan
The God of the Razor by Joe R. Lansdale
Second Look: Deathstalker by Simon R. Green
First Novel: Song of Kali by Dan Simmons
Songs of Leaving by Peter Crowther
Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon
In For a Penny by James P. Blaylock
Second Look: The Briar King by J. Gregory Keyes
Nightchild by James Barclay
First Novel: The Ill-Made Mute by Cecilia Dart-Thornton
First Novel: Talisker by Miller Lau
Corsair by Chris Bunch
Paradox by John Meaney
Outer Perimeter by Ken Goddard
Second Look: Now Wait For Last Year by Philip K. Dick
Lisa Brunetta
Slave to the written word that she is, Lisa makes it a point to fit in reading time between working, taking care of her infant daughter, and making weird and wonderful things with stained glass and clay. Science fiction and fantasy are her poisons of choice (heavy on the fantasy).
Lisa Brunetta
Non-Fiction: Horror of the 20th Century by Robert Weinberg
Andy Warhol's Dracula by Kim Newman and The Vaccinator by Michael Mashall Smith
Dark Terrors 5 edited by Stephen Jones and David Sutton
Shapestone by James Bibby
Ilse Witch by Terry Brooks
Kristen Chew
During the day, Kristen Chew is an editor with University of Toronto Press. The rest of the time, she tries to learn Japanese and wonders hopelessly why she doesn't have anywhere near as much time as she used to.
Kristen Chew
The Stars Compel by Michaela Roessner
Bar Crawl of the Damned by William Morton
The Sparrow and Children of God by Mary Doria Russell
Thomas Cunningham
Thomas Cunningham is an independent corporate coach working in the software industry. Bad science fiction films give him a rash.
Thomas Cunningham
Star Wars: I, Jedi by Michael A. Stackpole
Writ in Blood by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Star Wars: Specter of the Past by Timothy Zahn
Non-Fiction: Star Wars: The Magic of Myth by Mary Henderson
Daughter of Darkness by Steven Spruill
Movie Review: Contact
Movie Review: Con Air
Alice Dechene
Alice taught Comparative Literature and French at the University of Illinois. Her time is taken up these days with her two children.
Alice Dechene
Stardust by Neil Gaiman
The Fiction of Vivien Alcock ( w/ Margo MacDonald)
First Novel: The Plague Tales by Ann Benson
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
Lucy Dechene
Lucy Dechene is professor of Mathematics at Fitchburg State College, Mass.
Lucy Dechene
Tenderness by Robert Cormier
Chris Donner
Chris Donner is a freelance writer and magazine editor living in Manhattan and working in Connecticut. He will read almost anything once, as it makes the train ride go faster. He is currently writing a screenplay, a novel, several short stories, a collection of poems, and a letter to his mother. The letter will probably be done first.
Chris Donner
Eater by Gregory Benford
Second Look: The Book Of Skulls by Robert Silverberg
Second Look: Titus Crow: The Burrowers Beneath and The Transition of Titus Crow by Brian Lumley
The Blood Artists by Chuck Hogan
Second Look: Against Infinity by Gregory Benford
Non-Fiction: All I Need To Know About Filmmaking I Learned From The Toxic Avenger by Lloyd Kaufman and James Gunn
Second Look: What Rough Book: Dark Poems and Light by Keith Allen Daniels
Among the Hidden by Margaret Peterson Haddix
Second Look: The First Two Lives of Lukas-Kasha by Lloyd Alexander
Beyond the Wall of Sleep by R. Andrew Heidel
Movie: Pi written & directed by Darren Aronofsky
Second Look: Wandering Stars: An Anthology of Jewish Fantasy and Science Fiction by Jack Dann
Accidental Creatures by Anne Harris
Second Look: Bunker Man by Duncan McLean
Nazareth Hill by Ramsey Campbell
Movie: Deep Impact
S. Kay Elmore
S. Kay Elmore is a graphic artist, writer and corporate wage slave. She edits The Orphic Chronicle, an online magazine, and tries to make ends meet by writing and developing corporate newsletters and web sites.
S. Kay Elmore
The Changeling War by Peter Garrison
Dark Genesis by J. Gregory Keyes
The Cure by Sonia Levitin
The Border by Marina Fitch
Gaming: The City of Raven's Bluff by Ed Greenwood
Eyes of Silver by Michael Stackpole
Second Look: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
Extremities by Kathe Koja
Imprinting by Terry McGarry & This Impatient Ape by Steven Utley
Newton's Cannon by J. Gregory Keyes
The Family Tree by Sheri S. Tepper
The Arm of the Stone by Victoria Strauss
An Exaltation of Larks by Robert Reed
The Wild Road by Gabriel King
Glen Engel-Cox
Glen Engel-Cox is the creator of FIRST IMPRESSIONS, one of the first and most well-established SF review sites on the Web.
Glen Engel-Cox
The New Adventures of Abraham Lincoln by Scott McCloud and U.S. by Steve Darnall and Alex Ross
Kissing the Witch by Emma Donoghue
Kissing the Beehive by Jonathan Carroll
Silicon Embrace by John Shirley
As She Climbed Across the Table by Jonathan Lethem
First Novel: Ecstasy Club by Douglas Rushkoff
Kim Fawcett
Kim Fawcett works, reads, writes, and occasionally sleeps in Ottawa, Canada. A day job writing for the hi-tech industry hinders her creative efforts, but has no effect at all on her book-a-week reading habit. She dreams of (a) winning the lottery, (b) publishing a novel, © traveling the world, and (d) doing all of the above all at once.
Kim Fawcett
Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson
Second Look: Supping With Panthers by Tom Holland
Hour of Judgment by Susan R. Matthews
Blue Moon by Laurell K. Hamilton
Second Look: Isaac Asimov's Detectives edited by Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams
Proxies by Laura J. Mixon
Full Tide of Night by J. R. Dunn
Lethal Exposure by Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason
The Still by David Feintuch
Second Look: Remnant Population by Elizabeth Moon
Jonathan Fesmire
Jonathan Fesmire lives in sunny California, near the beach, but ironically prefers dusk to midday and cool weather to hot. He enjoys writing, art, and spending time with his family. He also enjoys traveling -- he has been to France, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Canada, and Poland -- and sometimes combines his love of travel with his love of speculative fiction by attending conventions. His fiction has been published in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine and elsewhere.
Jonathan Fesmire
V2:B4, The Vampire Vignettes Prequel
The Sound of Angels by Lisa Silverthorne
New Wave of Speculative Fiction: The What If Factor edited by Sean Wright
Tales From the Brothers Grimm and the Sisters Weird by Vivian Vande Velde
Treachery and Betrayal at Jolly Days by Dan Greenburg
The Onts by Dan Greenburg
The Light-Years Beneath My Feet by Alan Dean Foster
Alaric Swifthand by Steve Lazarowitz
The 8th House by Wendy Jensen
Non-Fiction: The Computers of Star Trek by Lois H. Gresh & Robert Weinberg
First Novel: The Thirteenth Magician by Patrick Welch
WyndMagic by Barbara Haworth-Attard
Clan Novel: Tzimisce by Eric Griffin
The Phantom Menace Movie Storybook
The Book of the Spear by Diana L. Paxson
Non-Fiction: Star Wars Episode I: Queen Amidala Paper Doll Book
Video: The Saga Begins by Weird Al Yankovic
Non-Fiction: The Science of Star Wars by Jeanne Cavelos
Non-Fiction: Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Droids by Daniel Wallace
Second Look: The Wizard in the Tree by Lloyd Alexander
Clan Novel: Toreador by Stewart Wieck
The Q Chronicles by Gene Roddenberry et al.
Of Swords and Spells by Delia Marshall Turner
Becoming Human: The Seven of Nine Saga by Brannon Braga et al.
The Hallowed Isle by Diana L. Paxson
Non-Fiction: The Star Trek Cookbook by Ethan Phillips and William J. Birnes
Good Faeries / Bad Faeries by Brian Froud
Robert Francis
Robert Francis is by profession a geologist, and, perhaps due to some hidden need for symmetry, spends his spare time looking at the stars. He is married, has a son, and is proud that the entire family would rather read anything remotely resembling literature than watch Jerry Springer.
Robert Francis
Sister Emily's Lightship by Jane Yolen
Brightly Burning by Mercedes Lackey
Lord Demon by Roger Zelazny and Jane Lindskold
The Black Swan by Mercedes Lackey
Singer from the Sea by Sheri S. Tepper
Betrayals by Sharon Green
Moonlight and Vines by Charles de Lint
Second Look: Rose Daughter by Robin McKinley
Series Review: Wizard of the Grove by Tanya Huff
Second Look: Forever Peace by Joe Haldeman
Starfarers by Poul Anderson
The Essential Bordertown edited by Terri Windling and Delia Sherman
Second Look: The Dancers at the End of Time by Michael Moorcock
Here There Be Dragons by Jane Yolen
Series Review: The Blending by Sharon Green
The Shadow Eater by Adam Lee
The Dark Shore by Adam Lee
Jennifer & Chris Goheen
Jennifer Goheen recently started middle school and her dad, Chris Goheen works in the field of on-line process optimization.
Jennifer & Chris Goheen
The Veil of Snows by Mark Helprin and Chris Van Allsburg
The Treasure of Alpheus Winterborn by John Bellairs
Going Through the Gate by Janet S. Anderson
Sabrina Goldstein
Sabrina is an elementary school teacher in Anaheim, California.
Sabrina Goldstein
Deal with the Ghost by Marilyn Singer
Jim Greer
Jim Greer is free-lance journalist so he can spend more quality time chasing his 2 year old around.
Jim Greer
Second Look: Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett
Touched By The Gods by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Star Trek The Next Generation: Ship of the Line by Diane Carey
Henry Harding
Henry Harding has been gaming since he was knee high to an elf. If only someone would pry the dice out of his hands he might get started on that sequel to War and Peace he's been thinking of writing.
Henry Harding
Gaming: Shadowrun Companion by Michael Mulvihill and Robert Boyle
Gaming: Shadowrun, 3rd Edition by Michael Mulvihill with Robert Boyle
Gaming: Trinity
Gaming: Delta Green by Adam Scott Glancy et al.
Gaming: Kindred of the East by Justin Achilli et al.
Gaming: Tribebook Wendigo by Bill Bridges
Todd Jackson
Todd Jackson teaches a course in Science Fiction at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, while writing the first of a series of African-American science fiction novels, titled The Lou Douglas Network.
Todd Jackson
Non-Fiction: Immortality by Dr. Ben Bova
Thomas Julian

Tom Julian is a teleplay and short story writer. Check out his web magazine, The Outpost

Thomas Julian
Movie Review: Mars Attacks!
Movie Review: Star Trek: First Contact
Harriet Klausner
Harriet was an acquisitions librarian in Pennsylvania and she wrote a monthly review column of recommended reads. She found she liked reviewing and went on to freelance, after her son was born. She has 2 dogs, a cairn and a pom, and four cats. And she has a 21 year old son and a husband who wants to, but is nowhere near retiring. She is a speed reader (a gift she was born with) and reads two books a day.
Harriet Klausner
Dervish Is Digital by Pat Cadigan
Second Look: Arslan by M.J. Engh
Tim Krauskopf
Tim Krauskopf was recently appointed Head of Information Services at the Field Museum of National History.
Tim Krauskopf
Second Look: The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury
Steve Lazarowitz
Steve Lazarowitz reads and writes fantasy and SF. His work has been published in a number of online 'zines and he is the editor of the Dragonclaw Showcase. His short story anthology A Creative Edge: Tales of Speculation is due out from Domhan books in 1999.
Steve Lazarowitz
Second Look: Star Trek, The Animated Series: Logs Nine and Ten by Alan Dean Foster
Second Look: Star Trek, The Animated Series: Logs Seven and Eight by Alan Dean Foster
Non-Fiction: The Gospel According to Star Wars by John C. McDowell
Second Look: Star Trek, The Animated Series: Logs Five and Six by Alan Dean Foster
Second Look: Star Trek, The Animated Series: Logs Three and Four by Alan Dean Foster
Second Look: Star Trek, The Animated Series: Logs One and Two by Alan Dean Foster
Wolf Hunting by Jane Lindskold
Angelos by Robina Williams
Accidental Goddess by Linnea Sinclair
Starship: Mutiny by Mike Resnick
The Treasured One by David and Leigh Eddings
Noise by Hal Clement
First Novel: Jerome and the Seraph by Robina Williams
The Casebook of Doakes and Haig by Patrick Welch
Second Look: The Eternity Brigade by Stephen Goldin
The Twilight Zone: Memphis & The Pool Guy by Jay Russell
The Twilight Zone: Upgrade & Sensuous Cindy by Pat Cadigan
The Elder Gods by David and Leigh Eddings
The Astral Grail by D Jason Cooper
The Mocking Program by Alan Dean Foster
Chaos and Amber by John Gregory Betancourt
Westchester Station by Patrick Welch
Series Review: Mordant's Need by Stephen R. Donaldson
Slave Ring by Tim Dedopulos
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 2003
Second Look: The Dreaming Jewels by Theodore Sturgeon
Partners by Susan Sizemore
Series Review: The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny
The Body Shop by Patrick Welch
Laws of the Blood: The Hunt by Susan Sizemore
Analog, March 1999
Non-Fiction: Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections by David West Reynolds
Non-Fiction: Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary by David West Reynolds
Analog, February 1999
Raven's Heart by Jennifer Dunne
Asimov's SF, February 1999
Non-Fiction: The Sci-Fi Channel Encyclopedia of TV Science Fiction by Roger Fulton and John Gregory Betancourt
Series Review: The Riverworld Saga by Philip José Farmer
Gaming: Deathtrap Dungeon
Gaming: Get Medieval
Ernest Lilley
Ernest Lilley is the former Sr. Editor/Publisher of SFRevu ( and former radio Co-Host of Sci-Fi Talk with Tony Tellado. He currently publishes TechRevu (, occasionally writes for science and technology publications, and is Interactive Strategist for a DC based association (NAESP). He likes station wagons, road trips, and digital photography and currently lives in the Gernsback Continuum with that classic trope of SF, a red headed heroine. He can be found here on Facebook.
Ernest Lilley
The Echo by James Smythe
A Darkling Sea by James L. Cambias
Chasing the Moon by A. Lee Martinez
The Fuller Memorandum by Charles Stross
Red Lightning by John Varley
Hell's Faire by John Ringo
Appleseed by John Clute
Anonymous Rex by Eric Garcia
The Light Of Other Days by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter
Distraction by Bruce Sterling
Steven MacDonald
Steven MacDonald developed an abiding interest in the Fantasy/SF genre at the tender age of 14, when he chanced upon a copy of Analog.
Steven MacDonald
Starswarm by Jerry Pournelle
First Novel: Expendable by James Alan Gardner
First Novel: WYRM by Mark Fabi
Paul J. McAuley
Paul J. McAuley is the award-winning author of Four Hundred Billion Stars and Fairyland. He also produces a regular review column for Interzone and contributes reviews to Foundation. His latest novel, Child of the River, is available from Gollancz and Avon EOS. More information is available at his website.
Paul J. McAuley
The Golden Globe by John Varley
Katharine Mills
Katharine Mills would like to read for a living, but those jobs are few and far between. She lives in Southern Ontario with her big hairy husband and three small hairy cats.
Katharine Mills
Second Look: The Armageddon Rag by George R.R. Martin
Ash: A Secret History by Mary Gentle
Black Heart, Ivory Bones edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
Silver Birch, Blood Moon edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
Second Look: The Weirdstone of Brisingamen by Alan Garner
The Steampunk Trilogy by Paul Di Filippo
The Dazzle of Day by Molly Gloss
King's Dragon by Kate Elliott
Walking the Labyrinth by Lisa Goldstein
Burnt Offerings by Laurell K. Hamilton
Series Review: The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb
Empire of the Ants by Bernard Werber
Thomas Myer
Thomas Myer takes great pleasure in editing TV commentators during crisis broadcasts, growing weeds in his garden, and waking at five a.m. to heap insults on his neighbor's cat.
Thomas Myer
The Annunciate by Severna Park
Future War edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
Non-Fiction: Powers of the Mind by John and Anne Spencer
Sword and Sorceress XVI edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Non-Fiction: Unexplained Natural Phenomena by Keith Tutt
A Dangerous Magic edited by Denise Little
Reave the Just and Other Tales by Stephen R. Donaldson
Second Look: To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
The Golden Globe by John Varley
Darkloom by Cary Osborne
Eidolon, Volume 25/26
A Killing Frost by John Marsden
Under the Cat's Eye by Gillian Rubinstein
Cyberweb by Lisa Mason
Fine Prey by Scott Westerfeld
First Novel: Sole Ownership by Douglas R. Miller
Second Look: Slippage by Harlan Ellison
A Wizard Scorned by Patricia Lucas White
First Novel: For the Emperor by Christine W. Murphy
Movie: Godzilla
Hand of Prophecy by Severna Park
Patriots by David Drake
First Novel: Polymorph by Scott Westerfeld
Second Look: The Postman by David Brin
Owl Flight by Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon
Elf Magic edited by Martin H. Greenberg
Putting up Roots by Charles Sheffield
Zodiac Fantastic edited by Martin H. Greenberg and A. R. Morlan
Slippage by Harlan Ellison
Future Primitive: The New Ecotopias edited by Kim Stanley Robinson
Conspiracy of Silence by Kevin D. Randle
The Ecolitan Enigma by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
A User's Guide to the Millennium by J. G. Ballard
First Novel: Speaking Dreams by Severna Park
Ken Newquist
Kenneth Newquist is a confessed science fiction/fantasy addict living in Easton, Pennsylvania, and working as a webmaster at a small university in New Jersey. He's regular contributor to Science Fiction Weekly and is the editor of the speculative fiction webzine Nuketown.
Ken Newquist
The Color of Distance by Amy Thomson
Analog, July/August 1999
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 1999
The SFWA Grandmasters, Volume 1 edited by Frederik Pohl
A Good Old-Fashioned Future by Bruce Sterling
Asimov's SF, May 1999
Colors of Chaos by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
Enchantment by Orson Scott Card
Lela Olszewski
Lela Olszewski is an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery and romance, as well as an eclectic mix of other fiction and non-fiction. She is also a librarian with an interest in readers' advisory, and believes fully in Rosenberg's Law: Never apologize for your reading tastes. She has no cats.
Lela Olszewski
Series Review: Riddle-Master: The Complete Trilogy by Patricia A. McKillip
Invisible Princess by Faith Ringgold
Warrior Princesses edited by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough and Martin H. Greenberg
Opalite Moon by Denise Vitola
The Shadow Matrix by Marion Zimmer Bradley
A Completely Different Place by Perry Nodelman
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
Star Trek: Federation Travel Guide by Michael Jan Friedman
Non-Fiction: Witnessed by Budd Hopkins
The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman
Second Look: Abel's Island by William Steig
Leon Olszewski
Leon Olszewski is the Manager of Network Services at Spyglass, Inc. He goes to the occasional costume party, though he does not wear a mask on the street.
Leon Olszewski
Tomorrow & Tomorrow by Charles Sheffield
Second Look: The Dark Beyond the Stars by Frank M. Robinson
Second Look: Star Trek: Trek To Madworld by Stephen Goldin
Illegal Alien by Robert J. Sawyer
First Novel: Prodigy by Jan Clark
First Novel: Footprints of Thunder by James F. David
Idoru by William Gibson
Second Look: Imperial Bounty by William C. Dietz
Interface Masque by Shariann Lewitt
Sewer, Gas & Electric by Matt Ruff
First Novel: Bad Memory by Duane Franklet
A. John O'Neill
John O'Neill is the Founder of the SF Site. He is a recovering biblioholic.
A. John O'Neill
TaleBones, Fall 1999
The Robot's Twilight Companion by Tony Daniel
Against the Giants by Ru Emerson
Second Look: Iris by William Barton and Michael Capobianco
Gaming: Skullport by Joseph C. Wolf
Hearts in Atlantis by Stephen King
Half Life by Hal Clement
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 1999
Vampires of Vermont by Mark Sumner
The Good Old Stuff edited by Gardner Dozois
Second Look: Freeware by Rudy Rucker
Freeware by Rudy Rucker
The Year's Best Science Fiction, Thirteenth Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois
Rebecca Pausley
Rebecca Pausley is an avid reader of science fiction averaging 1-3 books a week depending on the length of the book and how her work week has gone. Recent treats include David Edding's Polgara the Sorceress, the entire Deryni series by Katherine Kurtz and Gregory Keyes two book series, The Waterborn and Blackgod. From time to time she'll re-read a number of books just to be sure she was right.
Rebecca Pausley
The Masterharper of Pern by Anne McCaffrey
Todd Richmond
Todd is a plant molecular developmental biologist who has finally finished 23 years of formal education. He recently fled Madison, WI for the warmer but damper San Francisco Bay Area and likes bad movies, good science fiction, and role-playing games. He began reading science fiction at the age of eight, starting with Heinlein, Silverberg, and Tom Swift books, and has a great fondness for tongue-in-cheek fantasy Óla Terry Pratchett, Craig Shaw Gardner and Robert Asprin.
Todd Richmond
Second Look: The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester
Orcs: First Blood by Stan Nicholls
The Krilov Continuum by J.M.H. Lovegrove
The Black Raven by Katharine Kerr
Deathstalker Destiny by Simon R. Green
Series Review: Swords of Haven by Simon R. Green
Teek by Stephen Krane
The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove by Christopher Moore
Double Helix: Infection by John Gregory Betancourt
First Novel: Nocturne for a Dangerous Man by Marc Matz
The Gnomewrench in the Dwarfworks by Nick O'Donohoe
First Evidence by Ken Goddard
Cloudbearer's Shadow by Ann Marston
The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett
Into the Thinking Kingdoms by Alan Dean Foster
Run Fast, Die Hard by Mel Odom
The Last Legion by Chris Bunch
Rainbow Mars by Larry Niven
To Visit the Queen by Diane Duane
Dragon Ultimate by Christopher Rowley
Diplomacy of Wolves by Holly Lisle
Deathstalker Honor by Simon R. Green
Hogfather by Terry Pratchett
Nanotech edited by Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois
Non-Fiction: The Science of the X-Files by Jeanne Cavelos
Series Review: Hel's Crucible Duology by Dennis McKiernan
Battle Magic edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Larry Segriff
Stargate SG-1 by Ashley McConnell
First Novel: The Last Dragonlord by Joanne Bertin
Mind Changer by James White
Dragon Tempest by Don Callander
Bloodlines by William R. Burkett, Jr.
The Searchers: City of Iron by Chet Williamson
Aliens: Berserker by S.D. Perry
Series Review: The Novels of Jaran by Kate Elliott
Quest for the Fallen Star by Piers Anthony, James Richey and Alan Riggs
Second Look: Positive Match by Tony Chiu
Nothing Burns in Hell by Philip José Farmer
Highlander: Shadow of Obsession by Rebecca Neason
Jingo by Terry Pratchett
On Crusade: More Tales of the Templar Knights edited by Katherine Kurtz
The Magic Bicycle by William Hill
Carnivores of Light and Darkness by Alan Dean Foster
The Demon King by Chris Bunch
The Eleventh Plague by John S. Marr and John Baldwin
First Novel: Outpost by Scott Mackay
Prisoner of Conscience by Susan Matthews
Second Look: Rage of a Demon King by Raymond E. Feist
Death of An Adept by Katherine Kurtz and Deborah Turner
The Book of Night with Moon by Diane Duane
The Red Wyvern by Katharine Kerr
Maskerade by Terry Pratchett
A Wizard Abroad by Diane Duane
Storm Breaking by Mercedes Lackey
Aeromancer by Don Callander
Second Look: Star Trek: The Galactic Whirlpool by David Gerrold
Series Review: Twilight of the Empire by Simon R. Green
Cain by James Byron Huggins
Second Look: Deathstalker Rebellion by Simon R. Green
Someone to Watch Over Me by Tricia Sullivan
First Novel: Positive Match by Tony Chiu
Todd Ruthman
Todd Ruthman is the SF Site Poetry Editor.
Todd Ruthman
The Fantasy Hall of Fame edited by Robert Silverberg
Saul's Death & other poems by Joe Haldeman
Kim Seidman
Kim Seidman enjoys spending her rare moments of peace and quiet reading a good book.
Kim Seidman
Secret Passages by Paul Preuss
Craig Shackleton
Craig Shackleton tries not to let real life interfere with his role-playing games or his historical sword-fighting any more than it has to.
Craig Shackleton
First Novel: City of Towers by Keith Baker
Gaming: Ghostwalk by Monte Cook and Sean K Reynolds
Mark Shainblum
Mark Shainblum is the co-editor of Arrowdreams: An Anthology Of Alternate Canadas, the first anthology of Canadian alternate histories. A veteran of the comic book field, Mark co-created the 1980s Canadian superhero Northguard and currently writes the Canadian political parody series Angloman as a series of paperback books and for the daily Montreal Gazette. He lives in Montreal with his computer, his slippers and a motley collection of books.
Mark Shainblum
Second Look: American Front by Harry Turtledove
Second Look: Northern Stars edited by David G. Hartwell and Glenn Grant
Roads Not Taken: Tales of Alternate History edited by Gardner Dozois and Stanley Schmidt
Audio Tape: Under Siege by George R.R. Martin
Perry Rhodan Magazine
Heaven's Reach by David Brin
Star Trek: The Next Generation / X-Men: Planet X by Michael Jan Friedman
Audio Tape: Kingdom Come audio version by John Whitman
Imposter by Valerie Freireich
Non-Fiction: Conceiving the Heavens by Melissa Scott
Kingdom Come by Elliot S. Maggin
Lucy Snyder
Lucy Snyder is a contributing editor for HMS Beagle, the managing editor of BioTech, and the editor/publisher of Dark Planet. A member of the '95 Clarionistas, she lives in Bloomington, IN with three plants and a monster named Lump who lives under her bed.
Lucy Snyder
The Iron Ring by Lloyd Alexander
The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: Tenth Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow & Terry Windling
Fair Peril by Nancy Springer
Luz, the Art of Ciruelo by Ciruelo Cabral
Mark Sumner
Mark Sumner is the author of two fantasy novels of the Wild West, Devil's Tower (a 1996 World Fantasy Award nominee) and Devil's Engine, both from Del Rey. He also writes about Savannah Skye, a journalist of strange events, in her adventures News From the Edge: The Monster of Minnesota News From the Edge: Insanity, Illinois from Ace.
Mark Sumner
Bloom by Wil McCarthy
Duane Swierczynski
Duane Swierczynski is an editor at Details magazine who lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and three clinically insane cats. He writes a monthly book review column for Spicy Green Iguana, and has contributed fiction to GothicNet, Dark Planet, FrightNet, and Planet Magazine. In college, he loved Shakespeare's "Henry IV" so much that he spent months looking for parts I, II, and III.
Duane Swierczynski
Storm of the Century by Stephen King
Second Look: To Marry Medusa by Theodore Sturgeon
Circuit of Heaven by Dennis Danvers
Jean-Louis Trudel
Jean-Louis Trudel is a busy, bilingual writer from Canada, with two novels and fourteen young adult books to his credit in French. He's also a moderately prolific reviewer and short story writer.
Jean-Louis Trudel
Second Look: Eternal Light by Paul J. McAuley
Crescent City Rhapsody by Kathleen Ann Goonan
Second Look: Mission Child by Maureen McHugh
Second Look: Pasquale's Angel by Paul J. McAuley
Second Look: Free Live Free by Gene Wolfe
Second Look: Heaven's Reach by David Brin
The Granite Shield by Fiona Patton
Non-Fiction: Deep Time by Gregory Benford
Second Look: Phoenix Café by Gwyneth Jones
Non-Fiction: No Limits and Packing Fraction by Julie E. Czerneda
Series Review: The Complete Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper
Future Indefinite by Dave Duncan
White Light by William Barton and Michael Capobianco
Inherit the Earth by Brian Stableford
Lord of Sunset by Parke Godwin
Antarctica by Kim Stanley Robinson
The White Abacus by Damien Broderick
Steeldriver by Don DeBrandt
David A. Truesdale
Dave Truesdale has edited Tangent and now Tangent Online since 1993. It has been nominated for the Hugo Award four times, and the World Fantasy Award once. A former editor of the Bulletin of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, he also served as a World Fantasy Award judge in 1998, and currently writes an original online column for The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.
David A. Truesdale
Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a Better Future edited by Ed Finn and Kathryn Cramer
Fear City by F. Paul Wilson
Shadows of the New Sun edited by J. E. Mooney and Bill Fawcett
Writer's of the Future XXIX edited by Dave Wolverton
First Novel: Channel Zilch by Doug Sharp
Fantastic Futures 13 edited by Robert E. Waters & James R. Stratton
The Moon Maze Game by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes
The Falling Machine by Andrew P. Mayer
Second Look: The Metal Giants and Others by Edmond Hamilton
The Dog Said Bow-Wow by Michael Swanwick
Legends edited by Robert Silverberg
Nebula Awards 32 edited by Jack Dann
The UFO Files edited by Martin H. Greenberg
Alexander von Thorn
Alexander von Thorn is actively involved in many aspects of science fiction fandom. He is deputy head of programming for Torcon III, the 61st World Science Fiction Convention, and vice-chair of the Seattle in '05 bid for the North American Science Fiction Convention. He is nominated for the 2002 Aurora Award, the Canadian science fiction awards, for fan writing. In his day job he is a manager of technical support at WorldCom, a global data communications organization. He is also a member of the Ink*Specs writing circle in Toronto and is an avid watcher of (digitally enhanced) bad television.
Alexander von Thorn
The Reel Stuff edited by Brian Thomsen and Martin H. Greenberg
Gaming: Gateway to the Stars by Pierce Askegren
The Uncrowned King by Michelle West
Slant by Greg Bear
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Captain's Table: Dujonian's Horde by Michael Jan Friedman
Second Look: Battletech: Warrior: En Garde by Michael A. Stackpole
Son of Darkness by Josepha Sherman
Non-Fiction: All the Other Things I Really Need to Know I Learned from Watching Star Trek: The Next Generation by Dave Marinaccio
Shadowrun: Technobabel by Stephen Kenson
The Painter Knight by Fiona Patton
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Mist by Dean Wesley Smith and Kathryn Rusch
First Novel: The Stone Prince by Fiona Patton
Non-Fiction: Werewolf Players Guide edited by Ed Hall and Allison Sturms
Star Trek: New Frontier: Fire on High by Peter David
Star Trek: Vulcan's Forge by Josepha Sherman & Susan Shwartz
Dust by Charles Pellegrino
Non-Fiction: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler by Marc Okrand
First Novel: Black Wine by Candas Jane Dorsey
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy: The Best and the Brightest by Susan Wright
How Few Remain by Harry Turtledove
Jeri Wright
Jeri is a voracious reader who believes that paradise could well be a quiet afternoon, unlimited chocolate, and a novel to lose herself in. She reads and reviews all types of fiction, and enjoys sharing her life long passion for books with like-minded readers.
Jeri Wright
The Veiled Web by Catherine Asaro
First Novel: Flesh and Silver by Stephen L. Burns
The Stone and the Maiden by Dennis Jones
The River's Gift by Mercedes Lackey
A Red Heart of Memories by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Owl Knight by Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon
Spinners by Donna Jo Napoli
The Shepherd Kings by Judith Tarr
Fearful Symmetries by S. Andrew Swann
Jerlayne by Lynn Abbey
The Shadow of Albion by Andre Norton & Rosemary Edghill
Aramaya by Jane Routley
Speaking Stones by Stephen Leigh
The Quantum Rose by Catherine Asaro
Nimisha's Ship by Anne McCaffrey

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