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Sci Phi #2 For Sale

Posted October 30, 2014 By John C Wright

An Announcement: Quite a few New Release subscribers opted for SCI PHI JOURNAL #1 as their free book, so I expect more than few people might be pleased to know that the publisher is permitting Castalia House customers to purchase SCI PHI JOURNAL #2 a few days prior to its official release on November 1st.  […]

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Beating Golden Compass Like A Dirty Rug

Posted October 27, 2014 By John C Wright

My beautiful and talented wife and accomplice is outselling Pullman’s rotted book. Hoo-hah! I vaunt. I jig with unseemly glee, making antic gyrations of my knees as I do so.  

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Publications

Posted October 16, 2014 By John C Wright

I was updating my list of publications, both current and forthcoming, but I am haunted by the thought that there is one or two I forgot. So, as a service to any reader who wishes a complete list of wrightabilia, and a service to me from any editor or reader who bought or read something […]

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Yard Sale of the Mind Reviews of Sci Phi Journal #1

Posted October 3, 2014 By John C Wright

Yard Sale of the Mind has a review of a short story by yours truly appearing in the first of a magazine I hope will spread like wildfire in the dry brush of lifeless politically correct establishment sciffy they sell these days. from http://yardsaleofthemind.wordpress.com/2014/10/03/review-sci-phi-journal-pt-1-overview-domo-ideal-machine/   Our culture used to be able to produce movies like […]

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Reviewer Praise for LAST GUARDIAN OF EVERNESS

Posted October 3, 2014 By John C Wright

http://malcolmthecynic.wordpress.com/2014/10/02/review-the-last-guardian-of-everness-by-john-c-wright/ A reviewer named Malcolm the Cynic, no doubt a close disciple of Diogenes, pays me the finest imaginable compliment of buying the second volume: Great book, and I just ordered the sequel off of Amazon. New characters zoom in at the speed of bullets, and everyone is interesting. Azrael de Gray is one of […]

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Reviewer Praise for ‘The Ideal Machine’

Posted October 1, 2014 By John C Wright

The maiden voyage of the SciPhi Journal has embarked with Issue #1, and Mr. Daniel Eness of Castalia House has reviewed it, giving it high praise indeed. According to the reviewer, even the weakest of the stories or articles provided food for thought, something not seen in science fiction since the 1980’s. I was honored […]

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Judging the Judge of Ages

Posted September 26, 2014 By John C Wright

A review by Joseph Moore over at Yardsale of the Mind: http://yardsaleofthemind.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/book-review-judge-of-ages/

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Vaunting

Posted September 25, 2014 By John C Wright

I read this comment by one Joshua over at Vox Day’s blog:  http://voxday.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-ignorance-of-irreligious.html#c7569555299514107814 When I was young they told me to be reasonable and negotiate and not resort to violence. I stupidly believed them, and was instantly beset upon by bullies who would push me around and torment me. I tried reason and truth, but […]

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How to Decipher a Book Review

Posted September 22, 2014 By John C Wright

  Over at the Vox Day website, one Bextor Fenwick asks a really good question: I was looking to get my hands on a physical book of Wright’s. The only book they do carry is “Count to a Trillion”. But, the average review rating for that book on amazon is not all that great. So, […]

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Praise for ONE BRIGHT STAR TO GUIDE THEM

Posted September 20, 2014 By John C Wright

Forgive me for repeating a reader’s praise of my work, but if you recall my theory which I recently posted that the proper motive for writing is not fame nor money nor the applause of crowds, but merely to touch the heart of that one reader one might never know who knows what your work […]

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