Episode 109 – Paul S. Kemp and Paul Weimer

On June 26, 2012, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In Episode 109 of the Functional Nerds Podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome back Paul S. Kemp and Paul Weimer to talk about The Hammer and The Blade, the new sword and sorcery novel from Mr. Kemp. Links: Paul S. Kemp (website) Paul S. Kemp on Twitter Paul Weimer on Twitter John on Twitter […]

Episode 103 – Jeff Patterson and Paul Weimer

On May 15, 2012, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In the 103rd episode of the Parsec Nominated Functional Nerds Podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome Jeff Patterson and Paul Weimer to the super-secret lair of the Functional Nerds to talk about: Marvel Comics. About Jeff: By some fortuitous circumstance Jeff Patterson was born on September 1, 1962, the day the White House announced […]

Intrigue in Elizabethan England: Anne Lyle’s Alchemist of Souls

On May 14, 2012, in Book Review, Paul Weimer, by Paul Weimer

  It’s the early 17th century. Elizabethan England. The scene is London,  a diverse and eclectic metropolis.  Maliverny Catlyn is a skilled but down on his luck swordsman and gentleman who is trying to scrape together a living on the hard streets of London, manage his relationship with his lover Ned, and keep his tortured […]

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Exploring the domain of Hard SF and beyond: A review of Jonathan Strahan’s anthology Engineering Infinity

On July 21, 2011, in Book Review, Paul Weimer, by Paul Weimer

  A Review of Engineering Infinity, edited by Jonathan Strahan   Jonathan Strahan is a freelance editor known for the wide variety of anthologies and author collections he has helped mold into shape. Ranging from collections of Jack Vance and Larry Niven to the New Space Opera to the Sword and Sorcery anthology Swords and […]

The Alternate Steampunk Albertian Age: A review of The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack by Mark Hodder

On June 29, 2011, in Book Review, Paul Weimer, by Paul Weimer

    The creature stalked forward, bent, its talon like hands flexing, and Burton saw that his first impression was accurate: the thing walked on two-foot-high stilts. Its lanky body was clad in a skintight white scaly suit that glittered in the dim light of the single guttering gas lamp. Something circular glowed on its […]

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