Monthly Archives: July 2016


For FPSAC.  The part of the conference I attended was excellent, particularly an outstanding talk by Jennifer Morse on Macdonald polynomials.  Had dinner in a rotating restaurant which was fun (although I did find the rotation slightly nauseating).  Also walked … Continue reading


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“Neverwhere” by Neil Gaiman

This book was a loan from a friend (and former HRSFA member) upon finding out that I was going to England for the first time.  I would call it a pretty standard genre novel: easy to read, basically enjoyable, but … Continue reading

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