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Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom

The Truth About Mad Science

by Bradley W. Schenck

The only real experience I have with mad science is my hair.

Because I have mad scientist hair. The slightest breeze will make my hair leap up and cavort and dance, exactly as though it’s just thought up a clever enhancement for its death ray.

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Seven Seas

What to Read After Watching Yuri!!! On Ice

Six months ago, something incredible happened on Japanese TV: a high-budget, beautifully produced anime about male figure skating called Yuri!!! On Ice hit the airwaves (simultaneously streamed with English subtitles on Crunchyroll) and took the world by storm. Although the television series was merely one of the many sports-themed anime that regularly air in Japan, Yuri!!! On Ice surprised its audience with a sensitive, touching romance between its two male leads.

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Soleri

Architect Invents Time Travel

by Michael Johnston

Okay, you’re not likely to read that title in the New York Times--not any time soon at least. But I have my hopes for the future. See, I’m trained as an architect, and this foundation has played a crucial role in furthering my other creative endeavors. Mainly, my novel writing. All of the great ideas in my novel, Soleri, came from my study of architecture.

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Twelve Days

Rounding a Life’s Work

by Steven Barnes

There used to be a bookstore in West Hollywood called The Bodhi Tree--a cornucopia of metaphysical books, worlds of wonder from every imaginable tradition. I spent countless hours in its cubby holes, drinking mint tea.

Amid the stories of immortal yogis and spinning energy wheels inside the human body, I noticed references to things I’d experienced...or glimpsed.

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Celebrate Pride with Tor.com

Pride Month Novellas

It’s Pride Month! If you can’t make it to New York to commemorate Stonewall, or to the Tenderloin in San Francisco to remember the Compton’s Cafeteria Riots, at least we can recommend some wonderful books with LGBTQ+ characters to dive into.

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