Tag Archives: non-Western mythology

Engraved on the Eye, by Saladin Ahmed (40:00)

Today we see that an¬†established author can work just fine without the safety net of his cozy¬†publishing house minions. And besides, a gun slinging Muslim wizard? Yes, please! What I…

The Colour of Dishonour by Rayne Hall (40:00+)

Today we see that readers might treat a single typographical error as an aberration if the writing is good, but are unlikely to do it twice.

The Archer Who Shot Down Suns, by Benjanun Sriduangkaew (6:02)

Today we discover that readers are confused if two omniscient descriptions of the same event differ. What I gleaned about the stories: Characters from a world based on the Far…

The Winter Beast and other tales, by James R Sanford (9:46)

Today we discover that readers expect the point of view to be a consistent retelling of a scene, not a shifting mix of angles and depths. What I gleaned about…