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Dr. Martin van Creveld, Professor Emeritus of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, is one of the world’s leading writers on military history and strategy, with a special interest in the future of war. He is fluent in Hebrew, German, Dutch, and English, and has authored more than twenty books. He is known for his development of […]

John C. Wright is the visionary author that Publisher’s Weekly called “this fledgling century’s most important new SF talent”. If you’ve had the pleasure of reading his blog, you’ll also know he is a Catholic philosopher, a Catwoman fanatic, and a senior supervillain in the United Underworld Evil League of Evil. His memory banks inform me that he […]

Stuart Thaman is an author and German teacher for the Diocese of Covington in northern Kentucky.  His debut novel, “Vatican Massacre”, reached #1 on Amazon’s religious fiction best-seller list.  His second novel “The Goblin Wars Part One:  Siege of Talonrend” is the beginning of a series of fantasy novels that follows Gravlox, a goblin foreman, […]

Twelve Tomorrows does an excellent, wide-ranging interview with SF grandmaster Gene Wolfe: Which writers have most influenced you? It’s a difficult question. My first editor, Damon Knight, asked me the same thing when I was just starting out, and I told him my chief influences were G. K. Chesterton and Marks’ [Standard] Handbook for [Mechanical] Engineers. […]

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