About finding and reading the Urdu writer Naiyar Masud.
A mysterious amendment to an obscure clause in the Indian copyright act threatens the already slim-profit margins of local publishers.
On the strange hero of Valmiki’s psychological masterpiece.
How an Englishman went up a subcontinent and came down an Indian.
Why bookstores will soon become “look”-stores.
The American school system is broken. For God’s sake, stop fixing it.
Sprout Inc. decides to “sunset” its low-cost version of SproutBuilder. Damn them.
Four-player God-minton. Sam Harris & Michael Shermer versus Jean Houston Deepak & Chopra over God’s existence. God abstains from judgment.
Simpson’s Paradox, not racism, might be behind the discrepancy in publication acceptances between Western and minority writers.
John Ottinger III has had it with critics who complain that women and minorities are not adequately represented in SF anthologies. Unfortunately, he also blogged this view.