Evelyn C. Leeper's Home Page: Books, Travel, and More


Last updated 29 Aug 2014
[photo of Evelyn Leeper & friend] [photo of Evelyn Leeper & dinner]

This week's MT VOID contents :


The Rise of Time Machine Fiction
Science Fiction (and Other) Discussion Groups, Films, Lectures, etc. (NJ)
My Picks for Turner Classic Movies for September (comments by Mark R. Leeper)
Ethics Versus Religion (comments by Evelyn C. Leeper)
IN THE COMPANY OF THIEVES by Kage Baker (book review by Joe Karpierz)
BLACK MILK by Robert Reed (book review by Dale L. Skran)
ROCKS IN MY POCKETS (film review by Mark R. Leeper)
Credentials Versus Education (comment by Keith F. Lynch)
Tsundoku (letter of comment by Philip Chee)
Baseball and Football and (Science) Fiction (letter of comment 
     by Jim Susky)
Lustrums and Fortnights (letters of comment by Kevin Robinson, 
     Peter Trei, Keith F. Lynch, and Jette Goldie):
This Week's Reading (DR. STRANGELOVE, RED ALERT, THERE'S 
     MORE TO NEW JERSEY THAN THE SOPRANOS, THE SOPRANO 
     STATE, and VIDEOHOUND'S WAR MOVIES) (book comments 
     by Evelyn C. Leeper)
Quote of the Week

More issues here

Featured articles, trip logs, and convention reports:

Mark and I were Fan Guests of Honor for Windycon XXIX, November 8-10, 2002. Here are:


What I do:

If you want to get some idea of my philosophy, check out my .sig quotes.

[rocket]
I have been nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer twelve times, most recently in 2001.


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[photo of George Eliot]


"Enveloped in a common mist, we seem to walk in clearness ourselves, and behold only the mist that enshrouds others." --George Eliot, "Leaves from a Note-Book"




Here are some links to sites of interest:

Also available are:

  • Details on the "Danish King and the Star of David" story
  • George Eliot's "Shadows of the Coming Race" (an interesting piece of futurism, including discussion of what came to be called Von Neumann machines!)
  • Edward Everett Hale's Brick Moon
  • Mark Twain's "War Prayer"
  • Ambrose Bierce's "Killed at Resaca"

    Evelyn C. Leeper
    (eleeper@optonline.net)