wombat_socho (wombat_socho) wrote,
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That was odd...


Well, Hyperion was interesting, sure enough, but also pretty damn annoying since the end doesn't really resolve anything and has "Wizard of Oz" content besides. Also, it's chock-full of unreliable narrators, so only God and Dan Simmons know WTF is really going on. It interested me enough that I'll more than likely read the sequel, although I gather I won't find the answers I'm looking for there either. We'll see.

Related: Definitely going to the PRSFS meeting tonight to talk about SF. What a concept! A SF fan club that actually talks about SF! MADNESS!

Sort of related: Since my sponsor into Goonfleet had the bad grace to not only quit but get himself banned from the forums, I am casting about for a new sponsor and thinking glumly that I just might have to fork over my $10 to Lowtax and start posting at somethingawful.com. thaadd thinks I ought to do an ask/tell thread about Anime Detour. It could happen. UPDATE: It did happen.

Definitely related: Previous post about the League of Wonder provoked a lot of comments (props to burnunit for dropping by and responding) and if it does nothing more than put the LoW on notice that there's a lot of fans suspicious of the concept, then good. I don't know how much time I want to spend on the subject, since as I explained, whatever they do will have minimal impact on me since it's all going to happen in the Ninth Circle of HellMinnesota and not down here. Still, as one of the founders of Detour I feel some responsibility to keep an eye on "my" convention and occasionally stick my oar in, especially when major stuff like this heaves into view.
Tags: anime detour, books, eve, low, prsfs
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