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Expendable Selves: Suicide Attackers May Be Sexual Self-Haters

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Part 3: Truth and Reconciliation Hearing in the Sharia Zone

Before reading this, please see Part 1 and Part 2.   **A couple of months later.   Our heroes at this point have gone through several completely different adventures in the polytheistic part of Qodra.  On the way, they’ve been spotted … Continue reading

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Part 2. Arrest and Judgment in the Sharia Zone

  First, if you haven’t already done so, read part one . If you’re too impatient to do that, most of this will still make sense, but go back and read it some time.   **A couple of weeks later.  The … Continue reading

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A Same-Sex Marriage in the Sharia Zone

from This Moonless Sky by Marrik Rajjarsen Each of the 3 parts will be published 1 week apart. Islamic law meets an unusual gay couple in Socratic science-fiction (In 3 parts) Part 1:  A friendly local Muslim couple in the … Continue reading

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Review of Sptékwles re Qelmúcw, redacted by Mona Jules

Sptékwles re Qelmúcw. Stories of the People by Mona Jules My rating: 5 of 5 stars For the language learner, this is a spectacularly valuable collection of short tales and autobiographical reflections given in the Secwepemc (Shuswap) language. This is … Continue reading

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The Secwepemc Chapter

C7istkte’n (a mostly underground type of home)   The Secwepemc Chapter   This Moonless Sky is a trilogy, and a lot has happened before we come to this chapter. This book takes place on another planet, called Vweialer.  The only … Continue reading

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Book review of The Halcyon Dislocation, by Peter Kazmaier

The Halcyon Dislocation by Peter Kazmaier My rating: 4 of 5 stars Peter Kazmaier should be on everyone’s list of ‘polymaths to watch out for,’ but as yet, his literary fame hasn’t outstripped his scientific fame. Maybe it never will, … Continue reading

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