Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson's novels include The Silk Code (winner Locus Award, Best 1st Science Fiction Novel of 1999) & The Plot To Save Socrates. His nonfiction including Fake News in Real Context has been translated into 15 languages. 

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Janet Opal Asimov
22 days ago
I was sad to learn that Janet Opal Asimov died on February 25. She was Isaac Asimov's second wife, and truest love. She wrote science fiction under the name of J. O. Jeppson, and was a psychiatrist wh...
Review of 'The Orville' 2.9
23 days ago
An altogether excellent conclusion to The Orville's two-part episode—2.9, entitled "Identity" Part 2 (but I've entitled my reviews "Recalling Čapek)—that touches all the bases, including: Isaac coming...
Review of 'Project Blue Book' 1.8
25 days ago
"They're already here"—that's what the Corporal tells the Generals, who have brought him in to help with another strange situation in Project Blue Book 1.8. The question, as always, is who are "they?"...
Review of 'Rememory'
a month ago
I finally saw Rememory on Amazon Prime. Or maybe I saw it a while ago, but forgot to review it. As Todd, a middling-minor character in the movie aptly notes, "the mind forgets things for a reason." No...
Review of 'The Orville' 2.8
a month ago
The idea of a species of AI—robots (mechanistic), androids (flesh and blood), what have you—rebelling against, overthrowing, massacring their human, or biological creators is at least as old as Karel ...
Review of 'Project Blue Book' 1.7
a month ago
A strange, not really resolved, episode 1.7 of Project Blue Book, which features Native American legends of The Star People maybe come true, and Quinn himself under investigation for a good part of th...