My Posts on Spy Fiction
What is Literature?
Reading Sinclair Lewis's Arrowsmith
At My Other Blog . . . (John Kenneth Galbraith's Big Trilogy, Reviewed)
The Weekend Box Office, November 23-November 25
On Bond Bashing
My Posts on Postmodernism
The Weekend Box Office, November 16-18
New and Noteworthy (Skyfall Reviews)
New and Noteworthy (Stross, MacLeod)
My Posts on Transhumanism, Posthumanism and the Singularity
Neuromancer, Coming to a Theater Near You? Looks Like It
Of Alternate Literary History: Jack London's The Assassination Bureau
Leon Trotsky's Transhumanism
Has Quantum of Solace Been Overcriticized?
Review: Vultures' Picnic: In Pursuit of Petroleum Pigs, Power Pirates, and High-Finance Carnivores, by Greg Palast
Street Performing in Cyberspace
On Dubious Writerly Advice: "Watch the Market"
Is The Kindle Changing What We Read?
Skyfall's U.S. Opening Weekend: Monday Morning Update
Skyfall's U.S. Opening Weekend: The Numbers
Of Genre Fiction and Literary Fiction
The Best and Worst of Ian Fleming's James Bond Novels
Ian Fleming's 007 as Gary Stu
Postmodernism and Self-Censorship
My Posts on James Bond
Skyfall's American Opening and Global Earnings Prospects: A Follow-Up
New and Noteworthy (Misconceptions About Science, Penguin-Random House Merger, Mortal Kombat)
New and Noteworthy (Special Bond Edition)
New and Noteworthy (Blood & Chrome, Star Wars Episode VII, Strong AI)
A Note on Literary Technique in an Age of Muddle
New and Noteworthy (SF Debate, Strange Horizons Fund Drive, io9 Back Up, National Talk About Something Else Day)
How James Bond Got to Have a 50th Anniversary
Skyfall Box Office Update
New and Noteworthy (James Bond Edition)
Of Postmodernism and Conservatism
Skyfall's American Opening and Global Prospects
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Star Wars: Episode VII?
The Myth of Liberal Hollywood
Reading S.M. Stirling's Draka Novels