Friday Fiction: “The Truth of Fact, The Truth of Feeling” by Ted Chiang

Are your Hugo ballots in? I hope so, because yesterday was the very last day and now all that’s left is waiting to see who wins what award!

In the meantime, here’s one more story from the 2014 Hugo Ballot to read, notably for those who haven’t read it yet. Technically a novelette, “The Truth of Fact, The Truth of Feeling” by Ted Chiang was published by Subterranean Press Magazine in the Fall of 2013. Now that voting’s over, I can safely say that while this was a tight category, this story hit me and it hit me hard, so I want to make sure you get a chance to read it. All you have to do is click the link below!

Click here to read THE TRUTH OF FACT, THE TRUTH OF FEELING for free

Cover Art by Ken Laager
Cover Art by Ken Laager

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Culture Consumption: June 2014

It’s that time again! Amazing how fast the time flies, but once more, it’s time for another Culture Consumption. As always, I’ll post a list of what I’ve read/watched over the past month, and in some cases, provide some commentary. If there’s anything you’re interested in or curious about, don’t hesitate to ask me in the comments, and I’ll be happy to talk further!

June was a strange reading month, thanks to the Hugos. Comics were neglected, and I only read one actual novel-length work. Crazy! But I ended up reading a lot of short fiction and finished a television show I’ve been wanting to complete for a long time. So let’s see what June held in store, shall we?

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