Monthly Archives: July 2016

Nuclear Family (short fiction)

Super Janine It’d been years since I’d last seen Margaret. In that time, she’d moved onto a new containment suit. This one covered her head to toe in silver and gold. There was a small visor for her eyes, but not an inch of exposed radioactive skin. She wore a red sundress over the suit […]
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Jaylah Beyond (Star Trek Beyond review)

I watched Star Trek: Beyond this weekend, and I can say it is a pleasant, even entertaining diversion. It smartly ignores the two previous films (especially the dreadful Into Darkness), and is a solid film from top to bottom. It is, however, almost completely unnecessary. There’s not much new or different or challenging about the […]
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Martinez on Chasing the Moon

With the release of The Last Adventure of Constance Verity (in stores now), I’ve been taking a walk down memory lane, discussing my previous novels, what I think about them, why I wrote them, etc. Today, we’re going to talk about Chasing the Moon, my eight novel. Moon is a novel of horror. Specifically, cosmic […]
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