Monday, October 17, 2016

Episode 26 - Boobs in Space

Pancake Days in Meadows of Dan

Reynolds Homestead Activities

A Little Sweet...

Alpaca Spinners WPI Gauge
Great little handspinner's tool by GirlOntheRocks.

Mermaid Tail Blanket
Popular on Ravelry: Mermaid tail blankets for children and adults.

Angora single plied with merino single handspun yarn
Not much knitting for Leslie, but she has been spinning angora and plying it with merino.

A Little Tart...

Black Book Detective Magazine
A discussion of pulp magazines from the early 1900s, including the writers and the wide range of subjects covered by the cheap and popular issues. About John C. Campbell and his influence on the development of science fiction and on young authors that became the giants of the genre.

A disturbing and critically acclaimed short story that was published in Astonishing in 1954 and later found by Leslie as a teenager, "The Cold Equations" by Tom Godwin.

Fate Magazine, 1952
Fate magazine table of contents
Changes in the magazine industry leading to a different format and rising costs of production of the pulp magazines.

New venues for publishing thanks to the Internet.

Ivy Cole and the Moon by Gina Farago

Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, September, 1958
A great website about pulp magazines, The Pulp Magazine Project.

A Little Unexpected...

Leslie's favorite pulp magazine author, Arthur C. Clarke.


"Any path to knowledge is a path to God—or Reality, whichever word one prefers to use." - Arthur C. Clarke

"One of the great tragedies of mankind is that morality has been hijacked by religion." - Arthur C. Clarke

 "I sometimes think that the universe is a machine designed for the perpetual astonishment of astronomers," - Arthur C. Clarke

Music Attribution
Reverie (small theme)
by _ghost
featuring Pitx
Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) copyright 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Airtone
Don't Be Scared ft. Christine Autumn by Calling Sister Midnight (c) copyright 2015 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Ft: Klaus Neumaier, Christine Autumn

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