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2015-03: March in review

This post is Dark Matter Zine‘s March in review: items received, news, interviews, guest blogs, reviews… categories of posts are grouped together with individual links to help you find all the things. Cheers.

Items received

In the interests of disclosure, here’s a photo of “real” items received in the month of March. This photo doesn’t include ebooks or media passes to see movies because, sadly, THEY’RE INVISIBLE.

items received

This photo shows:

  • All the Tripod goodness because TRIPOD IS AWESOME. I’m thinking this is the perfect Easter Break lineup:
    • Songs from Self Saucing
    • Tripod versus the Dragon (in both CD and DVD format)
    • Tripod tell the tale of Tosswinkle the Pirate
  • Ascendance and Resistance by John Birmingham (books 2 and 3 of a trilogy featuring monsters attacking Earth. And dragons taking down Air Force One)
  • Boy Who Could See Death (The) by Salley Vickers (collection of short stories, universally well-written so far — I’m nearly half-way through)
  • Custard Protocol Book One: Prudence by Gail Carriger (Prudence Akeldama is all grown up; with parents like hers, she’ll bring a dirigible full of trouble! It arrived yesterday and I’m 1/3 of the way through. What homework? Forget the homework.)
  • My Sunshine Away by M O Walsh (a mystery set in Southern suburbia blurbed by Anne Rice)
  • Positive by David Wellington (zombie goodness for CJ)
  • Sin Eater’s Daughter (The) by Melina Salisbury (a gorgeous cover; my phone photo doesn’t do it justice. Billed as romance and intrigue for ages 12 +)
  • Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver (I’ve enjoyed every book of Lauren’s that I’ve read but this one might be fore CJ — it’s a psychological thriller. I have sufficient adrenaline coursing through my veins while trying to meet deadlines with full-time study and Dark Matter Zine without a reading book that comes with the instruction to “Read it with all the lights on”, according to E Lockhart)
  • Weightless by Sarah Bannan (Prep meets the Virgin Suicides, according to the publisher)
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Nalini is an award-winning writer and artist as well as managing editor of Dark Matter Zine.


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