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Jason Sheehan

Jason Sheehan appears in the following:

An Ode To Our Newest Neighbor: Biden, The Pink Dwarf Planet

Friday, March 28, 2014

In honor of the newly discovered planet, 2012 VP113, aka Biden, author Jason Sheehan recommends First Light by Richard Preston and Andy Weir suggests the short story "Flatlander," by Larry Niven.

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Dining At 'My Usual Table' May Leave You Unsatisfied

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Veteran foodie Colman Andrews hops from meal to meal across the decades, but never gets truly personal. Reviewer Jason Sheehan says Andrews needs to write more from the gut, and less from the belly.

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The World's Smallest Time Machine Is Still Pretty Big

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Time Traveler's Almanac is a gigantic new compilation of — you guessed it — stories about time travel. Reviewer Jason Sheehan says the selection of stories and authors is very nearly perfect.

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You'll Get Lost In The Haunted World Of 'Annihilation'

Friday, February 07, 2014

Jeff VanderMeer's new Annihilation is the first volume in a planned trilogy about the exploration of the mysterious Area X — from which no expedition has returned unscathed. If they return at all. Reviewer Jason Sheehan calls Annihilation "strange, clever, off-putting, maddening ... and altogether fantastic."

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Hardcore (Food) Porn In 'Anything That Moves'

Friday, November 22, 2013

Dana Goodyear's new Anything That Moves is an eyes (and mouth)-wide-open trip through America's foodie subcultures, from raw-food enthusiasts to underground supper clubs. Reviewer Jason Sheehan says Goodyear is a "fair guide to the underbelly," but doesn't exercise enough critical judgment when it comes to the crazier dishes.

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Food In Science Fiction: In The Future, We Will All Eat Lasers

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Food is one of the most important world-building tools in a writer's kit — it defines a world and the people in it. Self-described "food writer with a wicked sci-fi addiction" Jason Sheehan muses on food in science fiction — and whether, in the future, we'll all be eating dinner in pill form.

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