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My Newly Revived Wayward Time Traveler Column Is Back at SF Signal

After going on hiatus since early 2012, my Wayward Time Traveler column on science fiction is back over at SF Signal. In this month’s column, I talk about “Remembering Malcolm Jameson,” a writer during the early Golden Age, friends with Robert Heinlein, and someone whose stories unexpectedly grew on me. Head on over to SF Signal to check it out.

(And special thanks to John DeNardo and Patrick Hester for having me back.)

Do you remember your first time?

Over at SF Signal, my Wayward Time Traveler column this week asks, “Do you remember your first time?” Of course, I’m referring to the first time you read a classic of science fiction. It might not have been the first science fiction you ever read, but it was the first time you were really wowed by the genre. Head on over and check it out.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler post is up at SF Signal

This week’s installment concludes the 4-part arc where I’ve reported on my adventures as a “Correspondent to the Past.” Join me as I travel to report on events in the science fiction world in 2039.

And for those interested in the previous installments in this arc:

These have been a lot of fun for me. Next time, we’ll be back to our regularly scheduled Wayward Time Traveler posts, but I think the ones I have coming up are pretty good, too.

My latest Wayward Time Travel column is up at SF Signal

Over at SF Signal, my latest Wayward Time Traveler column has been posted. In “A Correspondent to the Past, Part 3: 1995” I take the old time machine to 1995 to experience for a second time what you can really only experience for the first time once: a Harlan Ellison reading. Head on over to check it out. And if you’ve missed the first two parts in the mini-series, you can check them out here and here.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at SF Signal

For those who are following along, my latest column is up at SF Signal. This week, I continue to report my journey back in time, courtesy of SF Signal’s time machine. Go check out “A Correspondent to the Past, Part 2: 1957 – How I Met Isaac Asimov“. And if you missed part 1, you might check that one out as well.