Tag Archives: Claude Lalumiere

Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews and Interviews of 2017 (Revisited)

According to singer Andy Williams, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. But if your name is on the naughty list you’d better watch out. Krampus the Christmas devil might come down your chimney instead of Santa Claus. … Continue reading

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Big Bang

We’re all living in a superhero universe. Just take a quick look around. Computers give us instant access to a large chunk of the world’s knowledge and almost limitless externalized memory. Thanks to personal technology we have telescopic vision, super-hearing, … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels: The Best of 2013 and a Peek at 2014

This was the first year we seriously considered expanding our year-end Top 5 list to an inclusive Top 10 list. It would have been easy to do. For example, four excellent short story collections were published this year and they … Continue reading

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Super Stories of Heroes & Villains: A Conversation with Claude Lalumière

A handful of great short story collections have been published in 2013 and editor Claude Lalumière has been responsible for two of them. In February, Lalumière (along with co-editor, Camille Alexa) cobbled together a book featuring Canadian superheroes called Masked … Continue reading

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Super Stories

Let’s face it; any short story compilation that boasts efforts by Jonathan Lethem, Kelly Link, Cory Doctorow, and George R.R. Martin is bound to turn heads. And, as you’d expect from taking one glance at the table of contents, the … Continue reading

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Canada to the Rescue

From the North Pole to the Great Lakes, from Cape Breton to Vancouver Island, Canada is a big place. Undoubtedly there’s a lot of villainy afoot. Alpha Flight could probably use a little backup. And help is on the way … Continue reading

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