Heat DeathThis grand palace of the imagination floats on the cooling corpse of the universe like an algal bloom on a long-lost lake, ignoring the fact of its own impossibility, maintained by the boundless wills of the gods herein assembled. Read more »
Celebrate Short Fiction Day — On the shortest day of the Northern year, take some time to enjoy some short fiction.
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Amazon v. English Punctuation
You learn something new every day (II)
Rebutting Yann Martel
Tiens, cherchons le mot juste
Patrick Johanneson writes science fiction & fantasy. His work has been published in InterText, Ecclectica, On Spec, Tesseracts 14, and Daily Science Fiction. He won the Manitoba Short Fiction contest in ’04. Other fascinations include website programming, judo (which he teaches), Canadian and indie cinema, and Norse mythology. He lives in Manitoba with his wife Kathleen.
Il sait parler français, mais… lentement. Il né s’en sert pas beaucoup dans sa ville.