The Fabulist Reviews

Reviews, essays, interviews, and other nonfiction “related works.”

Godzilla: The monster is the metaphor (no rly)

With "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" now stomping across big screens everywhere, The Atlantic has stepped up with a fine cinematic history of the iconic ...
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Gelflings, Skeksis and muppet exotica return in ‘Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’ (trailer)

The long-anticipated follow-up to Jim Henson's classic 1982 feature film "The Dark Crystal" is no longer just a glimmer of hope in the hearts of ...
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It’s a wonderful Apocalypse (review)

“Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch,” by Neil Gaiman and Terry PratchettHarperCollinsISBN: 0-575-04800-X400 pages Buy this book from an independent ...
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When history goes ‘wonderfully wrong’ (review)

Review: “The Lucky Strike,” by Kim Stanley RobinsonPM PressISBN: 978-1-60486-085-6128 pages Support independent booksellers buy purchasing this book via IndieBound • Amazon users can get ...
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Magical escapes in a city of sunlight and shadows (review)

“Passing Strange,” by Ellen KlagesTor/ForgeISBN: 9780765389527224 Pages Support independent booksellers by purchasing this book via IndieBound • Amazon users can get it as a Kindle ...
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‘The Atavist’ adds a humanist twist to time travel

[Fresh from touring her award-winning science-fiction short "Real Artists," Cameo Wood, the impresario behind Charming Stranger Films, is hard at work with a new feature-length ...
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