6月30日(金)のつぶやき その2   

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 23:12
          6月30日(金)のつぶやき その1   

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 00:26

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 01:11

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 02:45

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 04:26

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 05:10

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 05:56

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 06:49

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 07:40

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 07:40

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 08:28

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 09:18

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 10:10

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 10:59

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 11:47

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 12:39

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 13:36

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 13:36

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 14:33

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 16:23

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 17:07

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 17:59

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 21:24

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 22:10

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— ロルアン (@lolanten) 2017年6月30日 - 23:12
          Kayne Anderson Energy Total Return Fund Announces Distribution of $0.25 per Share for Q2 2017   
HOUSTON---- Kayne Anderson Energy Total Return Fund, Inc. announced today its quarterly distribution of $0.25 per share for the quarter ended May 31, 2017. The distribution will be payable on July 14, 2017 to common stockholders of record on July 10, 2017, with an ex-dividend date of July 6, 2017. The Fund is a non-diversified, closed-end management investment...
          Kayne Anderson MLP Investment Company Announces Distribution of $0.45 Per Share for Q2 2017   
HOUSTON---- Kayne Anderson MLP Investment Company announced today its quarterly distribution of $0.45 per share for the quarter ended May 31, 2017. The distribution will be payable on July 14, 2017 to common stockholders of record on July 10, 2017, with an ex-dividend date of July 6, 2017. Kayne Anderson MLP Investment Company is a non-diversified, closed-end...
          Kayne Anderson Energy Development Company Announces Distribution of $0.40 per Share for Q2 2017   
HOUSTON---- Kayne Anderson Energy Development Company announced today its quarterly distribution of $0.40 per share for the quarter ended May 31, 2017. The distribution will be payable on July 14, 2017 to common stockholders of record on July 10, 2017, with an ex-dividend date of July 6, 2017. The Company estimates that 100% of its distribution for the quarter...
          Kayne Anderson Midstream/Energy Fund Announces Distribution of $0.30 per Share for Q2 2017   
HOUSTON---- Kayne Anderson Midstream/Energy Fund, Inc. announced today its quarterly distribution of $0.30 per share for the quarter ended May 31, 2017. As a result of these events, the Fund is decreasing its distribution from $0.35 per share last quarter to $0.30 per share this quarter. The distribution will be payable on July 14, 2017 to common stockholders of...
          Barnes Fringe Festival Returns for Third Year Next Month, Line Up Announced   

The Barnes Fringe is back on 9-15 July for its third year, featuring a stellar line-up of household names and rising stars, previewing their material before they head up to the Edinburgh Fringe. This year, we are thrilled to welcome Lee Nelson to Barnes to headline our Fringe. Lee is one of Britain's best-loved comedians, known in equal measure for his razor-sharp stand-up and elaborate pranks on public figures including Sepp Blatter, Kayne West and Donald Trump.

He'll be joined by a wide variety of hilarious comics, including Lynn Ruth Miller, Ed Gamble, Matt Forde and Phil Wang. Gather your friends, grab a few drinks and prepare to laugh yourself silly. Why head up to Edinburgh when you can watch Britain's best comedy right on your doorstep?

Line-up

Lee Nelson

Lynn Ruth Miller

Ed Gamble

Matt Forde

Phil Wang

Rachel Creeger

Ahir Shah

Bilal Zafar

Jack Barry

For the Family:

Really Big Pants: Wonky

Hemlock Bones and the Case of the Missing Marsupial

Prices

Opening night with Lee Nelson: £15

Double bills: £14 adult / £12 concessions

Family events: £10 adult / £8 children

For more information visit www.osoarts.org.uk/barnes-fringe-2017/.

9th July | 8:30pm

Lee Nelson

You've seen Lee sneaking into places he shouldn't be, now come and see him where he most definitely should be: live, on stage, at his hilarious best. A rare opportunity to see Lee perform in such an intimate venue ahead of his return to the Edinburgh Festival.

Start the Barnes Fringe in style with a special performance from one Britain's best-loved comedians.

"Comedy legend" - The Sun

"You should be ashamed of yourself" - Sepp Blatter

"Comedy genius" - The Mirror

"GET HIM OUT!" - Donald Trump

10th July | 8pm

Lynn Ruth Miller

Lynn Ruth Miller is the poster girl for growing old. She's 83 years old and the only thing that frightens her is her own reflection. She's feisty though and can tell some tales about dating octogenarians, what it's like being the oldest stand up in the business (RIP Joan Rivers). Young people of the world, come and see your future.

"One of the best female stand-ups on the comedy circuit" - Elizabeth Semmel

Supported by

Rachel Creeger

With a face that shouts "Xmas" but a soul that screams "Hanukkah", Rachel has always felt like she has a foot in two worlds. This show explores the drive to fit in, with a little bit about being a pop star.

'Creeger's signature move is all about drawing the audience into the production' - Views From The Gods

11th July | 8pm

Ed Gamble

The gobby little toerag Ed Gamble is back with a brand new lumbering beast of a comedy show. You've seen him on Mock the Week, Drunk History, Conan, Almost Royal, Russell Howard's Stand Up Central and Man Down. Don't miss him live at the Barnes Fringe.

"... he is on irresistible form" - The Telegraph

"creative and clever humour that leaves the audience in stitches" - Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Supported by

Ahir Shah

Winner of the 2014 award for Best Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival, Ahir Shah is, at the time of writing, a funny and extant comedian. His sharp, intellectual brand of stand-up features a blend of emotional frankness, poetic language, and jokes.

"Passionate, poetic and powerfully funny" - The List

12th July

Matt Forde

Matt is one of the country's most in-demand satirists appearing on Have I Got News For You, Rory Bremner's Coalition Report, 8 out of 10 Cats, Question Time, This Week and Russell Howard's Good News. He also starred alongside Jon Richardson in Channel 4's Jon Richardson Grows Up. Matt's monthly residency in London, The Political Party, sells-out Westminster's St James' Theatre, and features interviews with some of the most notorious figures in politics, including Alastair Campbell, Nigel Farage and Michael Portillo.

"Thank goodness for Matt Forde... combining spot-on impressions with up-to-the-minute observations" - Mail on Sunday

Supported by

Bilal Zafar

Bilal Zafar was nominated for the Lastminute.com Best Newcomer Award for his debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016. Earlier the same year Bilal won the New Act of the Year award joining the company of previous winners such as Stewart Lee, Ardal O'Hanlon, Joe Wilkinson and Linda Smith.

"Witty and absorbing... highly entertaining" - The Times

13th July | 8pm

Phil Wang

Phil Wang is a son of the British Empire. But in a world suddenly intent on building walls and bolstering borders, what's a Commonwealth man to do? A blistering hour of comedy gold - that's what.

Phil is a laidback Eurasian stand-up comic with cerebral charm and a dorky swagger. He has been on Have I Got News For You, Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and the short-lived but much-loved sit-com Top Coppers.

"Brilliant... His technique is flawless, his observations astute" - Chortle

Supported by

Jack Barry

Jack is probably the only stand up on the circuit with a degree in Chinese. What a waste. After excitedly stumbling his way around the stand up and sketch circuits, Jack then went on to support James Acaster on the UK tours of Edinburgh Award-nominated shows Prompt and Lawnmower.

"An inventive flourish behind his likeable banter... a distinctive wit that should make him one to watch" - Chortle

Family Shows

9th July | 3pm

Really Big Pants: Wonky

Written by Joe Bromley and Willow Nash

Can you help Olive and Messy Jesse save the day as they encounter top chef Monsieur Nincompoop, cool rapper Rapper Cool Yo, and the enigmatic pop star Solar Pa'nelle - as Olive's so-called best friend Trixie tries to thwart them at every turn?

Two girls. One trunk. And some really big pants.

Suitable for age 7+

14th & 15th July | 4pm & 7pm

Hemlock Bones and the Case of the Missing Marsupial

The OSO Panto Players return, but there will be no giant- slaying or lamp-rubbing this time. No, the group have turned their attention to solving crime, in Hemlock Bones and the Case of the Missing Marsupial.

When a beloved pet goes missing, it's up to Detective Hemlock Bones and his trusty assistant John Johnson to retrieve the helpless animal. However, what seems at first to be an ordinary case proves to be anything but, with our heroes plunged in to all sorts of outlandish situations in pursuit of the AWOL animal. Will our razor sharp detective and his not-so-sharp sidekick be able to solve the mystery?

Suitable for age 5+


          Kayne Anderson Energy Development Company Announces Distribution Of $0.40 Per Share For Q2 2017   

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          Movie Sunglasses Spotlight: War Dogs   

wd1One of the summers big hits, the action/comedy movie “War Dogs”, depicts the true story of Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz as they get a multi-million-dollar government contract to sell arms overseas. Diveroli is portrayed by comedian Jonah Hill, while Miles Teller plays Packouz and it is shaping up to be a hit with a cast like that. While I have yet to see the movie, I immediately took an interest in the sunglasses that Hill wears in the trailer/ poster of the film.

Gucci 1018/S 57mm 0791 CC Gucci 1018/S 57mm 0791 CC

At first glance they are clearly aviators, with their unmistakable teardrop lens. I originally thought that they were Carrera Speedway’s, as they have the thick frame aviator look that is reminiscent of 1980’s sunglass style (think Scarface sunglasses). However, looking into it a little bit more it became clear they were Gucci’s by the telltale G on the side of the arms.

They appear to be the Gucci 1018/S model with the Havana color frame. Gucci has been modernizing the aviator design with several models like 1627/S (Kayne West’s partial to these) and the 1076/N/S. They are made for the most part of high quality plastics to cut down weight and are highly sought after by celebrities looking to be a part of the Gucci Designer culture.

Jonah Hill wearing the Gucci's in the movie Jonah Hill wearing the Gucci's in the movie

Gucci seemed to have done something right putting these glasses in the movie, as sales for the 1018/S model have increased since its release. It’s pretty amazing how easily a movie can have an impact with sales of products if its done correctly. As of right now these glasses are on Backorder until September 20th, so if you want a little bit of international arms dealer style you’re going to have to wait!

                                                                                                                                                                By:Peter Cusumano


          Kayne Anderson Energy Total Return Fund Announces Distribution Of $0.25 Per Share For Q2 2017   

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          Kayne Anderson MLP Investment Company Announces Distribution Of $0.45 Per Share For Q2 2017   

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          Assistant or Associate Professor, Risk Management and Insurance - University of Calgary - Calgary, AB   
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary invites applications for a continuing appointment in Risk Management and Insurance at the level
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          Assistant or Associate Professor, Risk Management and Insurance - University of Calgary - Calgary, AB   
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary invites applications for a continuing appointment in Risk Management and Insurance at the level
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          Candi Kayne "What’s The Catch?"   

Pictures taken from Candi Kayne's upcoming scene "What's The Catch?"

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          Assistant or Associate Professor, Risk Management and Insurance - University of Calgary - Calgary, AB   
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary invites applications for a continuing appointment in Risk Management and Insurance at the level
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          MBFW New York H/W 2013/2014: Glattes Pony-Fell, gemütliche Rollkragen und elegante Black Tie-Elemente   

Neben den All-Over-Looks tauchten auch die folgenden drei Elemente immer wieder bei der New York Fashion Week auf: edel-schimmerndes Pony-Fell, kuschelige Rollkragen, ob an Pullovern oder als aufsetzbare Schals sowie Smoking-inspirierte Looks. Elegant und trotzdem gemütlich warm verpricht dadurch der nächste Winter zu werden. Schöne Trends, wie ich finde, was sagt ihr?

Bei den Schauen in NY war Pelz diese Saison beinahe omnipräsent. Auch zum glatten, festen Pony-Fell griffen eine Vielzahl von Designern, wie etwa Victoria Beckham oder Tibi. Dass diese Entwicklung wohl vielen, mich inbegriffen, nicht unbedingt gefällt und hoffentlich nicht viele Saisons halten wird, wird hier hoffentlich klar. Zwar verzichte ich nicht auf Fleisch oder Lederschuhe und -jacken, hadere aber dennoch mit mir, mir ein Pelzmäntelchen zuzulegen, auch wenn es aus einem Vintage-Shop kommen sollte. Doch weil der Glanzeffekt so begeistert und die Fake-Exemplare des glatten Fell meist genauso gut aussehen, stelle ich diesen Trend hier auch vor.
Während M. Patmos und Tibi auf knieumspielende, gerade geschnittene Röcke setzten, gab es bei Helmut Lang und Victoria Beckham (die übrigens eine der besten Kollektionen der Modewoche zeigte) großflächige Einsätze in den Oberteilen. 3.1 Phillip Lim peppte mit dem schimmernden Material hingegen seine Accessoires auf.


Inspiriert von der Abendgarderobe, suchen wir nächsten Winter, dank zahlreicher Designer, wohl öfter nach glamourösen Gelegenheiten, bei denen wir unsere schönen Outfits in Black-Tie-Optik ausführen können. Dabei tragen wir ganz mondäne Kombinationen aus Cigarette oder Marlene Pants mit Blazern, die mit einem Revers oder Kummerbund aus schwarzem Seidensatin noch eins drauf setzen (Jenni Kayne, Victoria Beckham). Ins Büro schaffen es dagegen extravagante Print-Blusen, die mit aufgesetzter Hemdbrust mehr Dramatik in den Alltag bringen.

Passend zu der kalten Jahreszeit schützen wir unseren Hals mit kuscheligen Rollkragen, die wahlweise ganz klassisch an Pullovern daher kommen oder als gestrickte Aufsatzschals funktionieren, die Brustpartie schützend oder als kleines dekoratives Element. Und welches Styling-Element gefällt euch am besten?     


Photos: GoRunway
          Sheer Alchemy! with Host Leslie Fonteyne: Encore: Authenticity and Expectations: Are They Ours?   
HostAuthenticity is aligning with our integrity. Expectations and pressure squeeze out the “okayness” of being ourselves. Are we slouches? Are we not measuring up? Let’s intend from our authentic selves. Amazing results!
          Sheer Alchemy! with Host Leslie Fonteyne: Authenticity and Expectations: Are They Ours?   
EpisodeAuthenticity is aligning with our integrity. Expectations and pressure squeeze out the “okayness” of being ourselves. Are we slouches? Are we not measuring up? Let’s intend from our authentic selves. Amazing results!
          Kandace Kayne Swallows Her Hot Step Brothers Jizz   
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          Assistant or Associate Professor, Risk Management and Insurance - University of Calgary - Calgary, AB   
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary invites applications for a continuing appointment in Risk Management and Insurance at the level
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          Assistant or Associate Professor, Risk Management and Insurance - University of Calgary - Calgary, AB   
The Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary invites applications for a continuing appointment in Risk Management and Insurance at the level
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          February 20, 2016 - Tempest Smith Day!    

February 20th is Tempest Smith Day.  On February 20, 2001, Tempest Kayne Smith died by her own hand.  She was twelve years old.  She had been tormented by her classmates for some years because she was shy, because she liked to wear black clothing, and especially because she chose to follow Wicca as her religious path.  At that age, time goes very slowly.  At that age, well-intentioned advice to confide in teachers, counselors and parents meet with trust issues.  Besides, how was it possible that the teachers and staff at her school would not have known, as blatant as some of the abuse was?

I have been promoting Tempest Smith Day since the day I first heard of her.  I see her as a martyr, and as a patron of victims of bullying, especially religious bullying.

In spite of hopes that things would get better, they have gotten worse.  We now have public officials and candidates for office who claim they want to deport people based on their religion.  What are we going to do?
 
Blessed Be!


          February 21, 2015 - Remembering Tempest Smith!   

I keep suggesting that February 20th be set aside as Tempest Smith Day. It's appropriate for a day to honor those who are or have been victims of bullying, particularly religious bullying.

Tempest Kayne Smith was a young lady with an amazing intellect and some major talents. That and the fact that she was pursuing Wicca were some of the reasons bullies targeted her. On February 20, 2001 she could not take it anymore.

Religious bullying is especially wrong due to how individual religion must be for it to work for an individual. Also, there is no form of religion that hasn't gotten someone bullied, especially in the United States. And even Christian scripture itself gives reasons why religious bullying should not happen.

Religious bullying needs to be confronted.

Blessed Be!

 


          IWE and genre   
"Civilisational or religious partitioning of the world population
yields a 'solitarist' approach to human identity, which sees human
beings as members of exactly one group…This can be a good way of
misunderstanding nearly everyone in the world. In our normal lives, we
see ourselves as members of a variety of groups – we belong to all of
them… Each of these collectivities, to all of which this person
simultaneously belongs, gives her a particular identity. None of them
can be taken to be the person's only identity or singular membership
category."
– Amartya Sen, from the prologue to Identity and Violence: The
Illusion of Destiny


Remember, books are people too. It's fairly clear that questions
related to literary taxonomy are primarily questions for booksellers
and critics, not readers or writers. On the other hand, these are
questions writers at least might consider being aware of, because they
play a very real role in determining their means of earning a
livelihood – which, while obviously not the objective of writing in
itself, is something a lot of writers would enjoy being able to do.
While struggling to get my own work published, I've learnt that
writing, while remaining the only meaningful experience in the entire
publishing process, is merely a stage of the entire quest, and in that
light, it's been rewarding discussing some rather non-writerly
questions with other writers as well as publishers and critics.

Some of this project springs from personal frustration; the division
of books into categories that aren't immediately obvious (non-fiction,
for example, is completely inoffensive) has always disappointed me as
a reader, and as a writer, simply because nearly all my favourite
books, like my favourite people, are multi-dimensional; they defy
definition, they grumble greatly when categorized. My own work is
found in shelves marked, depending on the speculations of bookstore
managers, Indian writing, SF/fantasy, children's literature and once,
memorably, cookery. Literary borders are as difficult to draw as
political ones, though their creation fortunately involves less
bloodshed. That said, the social sciences of the literary world are
both fascinating and relevant, and their flaws, such as artificial
segmentation and aggregation, are the same as those of any process
that seeks to study heterogeneous objects as a mass.

This set of essays, however, is fundamentally flawed on many levels -
it is about a nascent, hard-to-define sub-section of literature, the
as-yet-mostly-nonexistent sub-genre of Indian speculative fiction in
English, which is itself a bastard child of two parents who, not
being dead, are difficult to analyze as they are not only infinitely
complex at any point, but, to complicate things further, change all
the time as well. However, since we're dealing mostly with science
fiction and fantasy here, I'll hope I can be forgiven for looking into
the future, and for making what might turn out to be wild, fantastical
claims.

What is Indian/South Asian literature in English? Even if we get past
the tricky question of origin, which has obsessed scholars since the
term came into being, and include the non-resident and the genetically
partially South Asian, in recent years the growing diversity in South
Asian English literature should lead to more questions – having
overcome the 'South Asian' part of the question by being
all-inclusive, how do we now define 'literature'? Do we include comics
and graphic novels, speculative fiction, thrillers, chick-lit, campus
novels and crime fiction, all of which have reared their heads in
India over the last decade? This should prove a lot more difficult for
the sagacious and scholarly to do, given that literary snobbery is far
more acceptable than racism – and that Indian-origin writers abroad
might have very thin connections with India, but large advances and
literary awards add a great deal of density to the study of the field
– build its brand, in other words, however gut-shrinking that might
sound, while diversity in the form of new, not necessarily mainstream
writing increases the number of spices in the curry, but, in the eyes
of many not-so-neutral observers, does not necessarily add to its
taste.

The term 'speculative fiction' is another puzzler. It's a beast that's
known by many names – weird fiction, SFF, literature of the
imagination – literature that in some way transcends the real, though
it's nearly always a mirror image of the real, with certain upgrades.
Speculative fiction, spec-fic to friends, is essentially an umbrella,
a bar where a number of disgruntled genres come to hang out, its
leading patrons being fantasy, science fiction, horror and alternative
history
. It's claimed by the bartenders that magic realism is also a
customer, though one suspects magic realism, a frequent invitee at
literary wine-and-cheese soirees, would deny this if asked. The term
is often attributed to Robert A Heinlein, who used it as a synonym for
science fiction in an essay in 1948. Whatever the genre includes, the
reason for the term's existence is simply that books within the genre
are difficult to classify, and terms like spec-fic sound vaguely
impressive, are easier to explain than more bizarre concoctions like
magic realism, and also convey that these books aren't Literature,
silence disgruntled writers complaining that their work isn't 'just'
SF or fantasy, and bring together a great many fascinating writers who
write about mind-bogglingly diverse things in mind-bogglingly
divergent styles, and allow everyone concerned to ignore these facts:
all (good) fiction is inherently speculative, all fiction involves
imagination, and escapism in literature depends on content, not
classification or theme.

In contemporary speculative fiction, one of the most frequently
discussed sub-genres is one that is in the process of being created –
the New Weird, a genre starring speculative fiction writers like Neil
Gaiman
, M. John Harrison and China Mieville, who all work under the
speculative umbrella, but blend their tales with other literary genres
as well. This is something science fiction has in common with science
– the most exciting work takes place in the overlaps between fields,
when boundaries are diffused and maps are redrawn.

"Something is happening in the literature of the fantastic. A
slippage. A freeing-up. The quality is astounding. Notions are
sputtering and bleeding across internal and external boundaries.
Particularly in Britain, where we are being reviewed in the papers, of
all things, and selling copies, and being read and riffed off by yer
actual proper literary writers. We are writing books which cheerfully
ignore the boundaries between SF, fantasy and horror. Justina Robson,
M John Harrison, Steve Cockayne, Al Reynolds, Steph Swainston and too
many others to mention, despite all our differences, share something.
And our furniture has invaded their headspace. From outside the field,
writers like Toby Litt and David Mitchell use the trappings of SF with
a respect and facility that has long been missing in the clodhopping
condescension of the literati."
-China Mieville, author of Perdido Street Station, The Scar, etc., in
a guest editorial in The Third Alternative 35

Of course, spec-fic and mainstream literature have often had
cross-border talks – think of the magic realism of Murakami, or
Rushdie, or Marquez, or the not-SF SF of Margaret Atwood. Some of the
most iconic writers of contemporary speculative fiction blend genres
frequently and with ease – consider the exuberant book-peopled
universe that is Terry Pratchett's Discworld, or Stephen King's Dark
Tower series – in the last few years, Susannah Clarke's Jonathan
Strange and Mr. Norrell was a successful marriage between speculative
fiction and the 19th-century English novel. And then, of course,
there's the most successful writer in the world, J.K. Rowling, whose
blend of spec-fic and school stories have changed the world. Philip
Roth does alternative history; Bret Easton Ellis does horror. In a
sense, the term New Weird examines a phenomenon that's not new at all,
in a literary world of which the most outstandingly weird aspect is
its compulsive need to segregate stories into categories in the first
place. Given that the term isn't very old, most New Weird writers
probably aren't even aware that they could be so described, because,
fortunately, no one wakes up in the morning and says, 'Today I will
start a New Weird novel.' Jeff Vandermeer, one of the New Weird's
leading lights, describes it as " an affliction visited upon many of
us involuntarily. Labels like that one are at this point simply a
marketing tool."

"I always tell wannabe writers not to read too much in the field where
they work. Obviously you need to keep in touch, but a deep knowledge
of the Old West or world history stands you in better stead than a
shelf of other people's fantasy books. Import, don't recycle. That's
actually wisdom, that is."
– Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld books, in an interview at
www.scifi.com

This is something Indian/South Asian writers of spec-fic would do well
to absorb. While it is, of course, necessary to keep in touch with
contemporary spec-fic (for practical reasons, to make sure you're not
reinventing the wheel, as well as for sheer reading pleasure) there's
no particular reason to feel disheartened by the fact that the first
glimmering of a body of work that could be called Indian spec-fic in
English began to be available in India about seven decades after pulp
SF magazines became wildly popular in the US, not to mention about a
century after Bengali SF became popular and a few millenia after the
Indian epics spoke of flying chariots, amazing weaponry and other
worlds – there's still a lot that Indian spec-fic could give the
genre, though there is also a lot of catching up to do. The sheer
richness of India as a spec-fic source material resource – not just in
terms of myth and folklore and history, but in contemporary politics,
the arts, entertainment and social trends, and in the completely
absorbing story of India as a growing, rapidly evolving nation – calls
out for imaginative speculative treatment. And typically, this
resource has already been mined by Western writers in search of
something exotic to offer saturated Western SF markets.

This is not to suggest even for a moment, of course, that Indian
writers should see themselves in anyway constrained to write only
About India, since that might be damaging for their own writing, and
might only reinforce stereotypes already present in the publishing
world - the last thing Indian writers like being reduced to is writers
whose only possible role could be Explaining India. At the same time,
there's obviously nothing wrong with Indians writing about India and
things Indian if that's the space in which the writing is naturally,
organically set, and there are several Indian stories that survive,
indeed, thrive on, constant retelling. And there are still a number of
brilliant spec-fic novels just waiting to be written that are, in
various senses, Indian, and if Indian writers don't write them, others
will. The process has already begun.

Even if we set aside the existence of India's wealth in natural
resources as far as spec-fic is concerned, the sparsity of finished
Indian spec-fic is all the more remarkable given the abundance and
immense popularity of Indian writing in English. Of course, the
absence of Indian spec-fic books on bookshelves worldwide does not
mean these books aren't being written – it just means they aren't
being distributed even if they are being published. Spec-fic and
literary publishing are mostly segregated (another reason for
genre/mainstream borders) and the remarkable success of Indians in one
field is in no sense a source of increased attention for Indian
writers in the other. Besides, the literati aren't the only with silly
prejudices in the publishing world; the SFF publishing space has its
own problems, the most blinding one being that readers of spec-fic,
especially in the US, are presumed to be looking for the familiar
unfamiliar – bug-eyed aliens, even more Tolkienspawn, more simplistic
George Lucas clones – that spec-fic, far from being literature that
explores new territory, boldly going where no books have gone before,
is as much literary comfort food as, say, most mass-produced
contemporary chick-lit. As publishers search for the familiar, much of
what is new and exciting but unfamiliar fails to break through the
crystal ceiling. Familiar plots, familiar characters, familiar tropes
gain strength through repeated cloning, making sure that the spec-fic
market remains white-male dominated, both in terms of protagonists and
writers. This is clearly something Indian writers will have to
struggle against, but they will certainly not be the first to join
battle – pioneers like Samuel R. Delany and Octavia Butler have
already made huge steps to make the spec-fic world aware of these
prejudices, and they haven't been the only ones. Thanks to a variety
of factors, such as a real tiredness among readers of repetitive plots
and the phenomenonal information/culture bomb that is the Internet,
even American publishers are slowly opening their minds and their
coffers to spec-fic material from across the world – consider the
success of manga, the fastest growing phenomenon in world publishing
today. Spec-fic is certainly less inward-looking than it used to be,
and the New Weird, however questionable its definition, is a very real
symptom of this.

And it's a better time now, than ever before, to be an Indian spec-fic
writer. The initial forays into Western markets have been made; Indian
spec-fic writing is increasing, albeit slowly, over various media as
the global popularity and increasing mainstream acceptability of
spec-fic trickle across to India; perhaps most importantly, the Indian
readership of spec-fic is growing and diversifying, as more
cutting-edge spec-fic, again, in various media, begins to be available
in ever-expanding bookstore chains. If good spec-fic is written now,
there's more chance of it reaching Indian readers, and readers
worldwide, than ever before. To achieve that, here's one possible
future; Indian writers bring their home-grown skills into the world of
spec-fic, blurring and reinventing genres, adding themes, experiences
and visions as yet unseen in the spec-fic world. In other words, they
colonize the New Weird, making it truly new. And truly weird.





Rana Dasgupta, author of Tokyo Cancelled, on putting books into boxes:


Q: In publishing terms, you're seen as a 'literary' writer. But in
your first novel, you've used themes that relate fairly extensively to
the domain of speculative fiction - the memory database, the woman who
turns into a store, the relationship with a doll, and so forth. but
since your writing style puts you under 'literature', these influences
would then fall in the realm of 'magic realism', another imposed
classification to distinguish speculative-in-literary from
straightforward genre fiction, putting you into yet another artificial
pocket with writers like Margaret Atwood, Toby Litt and David
Mitchell. What are your thoughts on literary/publishing
classifications like 'mainstream' and 'genre'? If, under threat of
torture, you had to classify your own work, where would you place it
on the speculative/literary spectrum?

A: Frankly I find the game of categorization very boring, whether it
is by nation or "genre". It may have some function for people in
marketing, but it's of no interest to me in my own writing. I write
something only because it seems to have a particular force to me, not
because it will satisfy the requirements of a particular genre, or
appeal to a certain kind of person.

In my personal view, books categorized as "science fiction" often meet
the standards of "literature" better than books categorized as
"literature" do. This is because i have a particular idea of
literature. for me, literature is philosophy: its purpose is not to
describe what we already know to be the case, but to create an
experiment with the imagination. Science fiction has always done this,
of course. Moreover, "reality" now seems to be an entirely science
fiction-style project, and to eschew science fiction totally is often
to retreat into some kind of improbable, and uninteresting, refuge.

I don't think serious writers have any business internalizing the
slogans and generalizations of industry. To me it is entirely
destructive to their work. It can only result in the censorship of
the imagination - because something does not fit easily within a
genre, or will be too complex for the imagined audience, etc. It is
precisely in
the moments when one is surprised by one's own writing, or fearful of
its implications, that one reaches into spaces that are interesting
and enduring.
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          Session: Hostage Negotiator:: Adventures In Hostage Negotiating - Abductor 3   

by peterk1

Time for more Adventures In Hostage Negotiation. I lost against Donna last time out and am hoping to get through the base game abductors with a winning record. I found a devious little bug after reading through the last session report, so these detailed run throughs are definitely a great idea.

I'll give a free copy of the app when it is ready to anyone else who can spot the bug in the previous Adventures In Hostage Negotiation session.

This time up, we're playing against Ed Quinn. I like this guy - he's a pussycat compared to the others. You usually don't even have to bother trying to save any hostages until the very end. This is a Conversation Game.

After playing a few hundred games in the last few months, I've noticed that that there are 3 basic styles of games:

Hostage Release Game: A race to release all hostages +1 as quickly as possible. Arkayne is a Hostage Release Game.

Threat Game: Get the threat low early and try to keep it there. Donna is mostly a Threat Game with elements of Hostage Release.

Conversation Game: You can win these by amassing large amounts of conversation points in a single turn. Ed Quinn is a Conversation Game.

Some of the expansion villains are kind of fun in that they can have different Game Types depending on which demands pop out and you can even intentionally steer a game into your preferred game type. We'll see those in a little while.

Ed Quinn - Conversation 1



Let's get started. Regardless of the villain, the first job is pretty much always to expose those demands, so let's do that.



I succeed on my first What Are You Demands and the key card of the whole game is exposed. Ed Quinn only has one demand, Medical Care for his son and if you promise it by somehow amassing 12 conversation points in a single conversation, you win immediately. Easy!

He won't even hurt any of the hostages so you don't have to keep an eye on the Killed Hostage counter like you do with other villains. He is more likely to raise threat than anyone else, so you do have to keep an eye on that. Getting threat up to S and keeping it there is pretty much impossible, so I won't even bother beyond this first conversation. I do, however have to keep the threat above K at all costs. Even 5 is a dangerous threat in this one if the Raise Threat By 2 cards haven't come out yet. There's 2 of them.

How can we possibly get 12 conversation points? Well, if you play a full hand face-down, risk free, you only get 10, so that's not enough.
If you play a Small Talk as your first card and get 2 successes, you get 3 points and then you can cash in the 9 others and you're up to 12.

If you play two Small Talks and get a single success on each, that gives you 4 and then you can cash in the 8 other cards and then you also make 12.

The problem with Small Talks is that if you fail, the conversation ends, so Food if you're lucky enough to get it can be a very big card in this one as it will give you a second try if the first fails. Burning Reroll Cards and playing cards to convert 4's also is not a good idea for that final push because you are burning valuable conversation power when your hand size goes down.

Getting to 12 can be tricky, but regardless, the key of a Conversation Game is to get to a nice big fat hand with 10 cards in it quickly - the specific cards you buy doesn't even really matter that much, so I'll be buying cheap ones first and will work my way up to the more costly ones.

I play both of my Threat cards because there's a small chance of getting threat down to 1 and 3 dice. The first one succeeds and the second one fails. I'll probably be playing those for conversation points as much as possible in future turns.



I play my second What Are Your Demands and my first Small Talk face-down to avoid a quick end of conversation and play the second one normally and end the turn with 3 conversation points.

I want to maximize the number of cards I buy but don't want to waste any points, so I get a Reroll for 1 and Just A Few More Minutes for 2.
I usually never buy Just A Few More Minutes because of those horrible threat increases when you fail, but here it might make sense to have some extra cards with conversation power.

My goal is to not actually play any of these cards until the very end. I just want to build up a collection of cards.



The Terror card which comes out was a request for Media Coverage which gives me a free card. That might come in very handy indeed right at the end. I would have preferred Food though.

Ed Quinn - Conversation 2

I don't do anything in conversation 2 and simply reacquire my 6 basic cards. I now have a hand size of 8.

In the Terror Phase Ed feels that we're back at square one and he brings the threat back to 3 instead of 2. I can live with that.



Ed Quinn - Conversation 3



Hmmm. If I just pile on the cards face-down I can get two more cards easily and go into Conversation 5 with 10 cards. But with the threat still this low, I'm going to try to get it to 1 if I can. I would love to get 3 dice for those crucial Small Talks in the last turn. Even if I fail, I should still be able to buy 2 new cards.
Both of my Keep Cools succeed and threat is down at 1. Now I can be a bit more aggressive.



The What Are Your Demands are placed facedown for 2 points, but I play the Small Talks normally. The first one fails and I end the conversation early with only 3 points.

I buy the 2nd Reroll card and the second Just A Few More Minutes.
The Terror Card is a Hostage Escape Attempt which fails. I have an opportunity to change it to a rescue by burning 2 cards but decide against it.



Ed Quinn will not actually harm the hostage he caught here. His threat will go up to 2 instead. I'm not happy about losing my 3 dice, but right now I will be going into conversation 5 with a hand of 10 cards and will have a chance to end the game.

If I burn 2 cards to rescue this hostage, I'll only have 8 cards in conversation 5 and will probably have to go through 2 more turns of building up.

Ed Quinn - Conversation 4

In turn 4, I do nothing and regain my 5 missing basic cards. Big hand of 10 cards now.

The Terror Card draw is Growing Impatient and the next terror draw is a threat increase. We are now up to 3 threat with 5 Red cards left.

Ed Quinn - Conversation 5

Alright! Let's try to end this!



My first Small Talk gets a single success and 2 conversation points. Halfway there! I would now have 11 conversation points risk-free and am only 1 short of the target.



And for the win! My second Small Talk also gets a single success and I am now up to 4 conversation points with 8 cards left in hand.

The game is won but there is still a bit of work to do to make it final. Here it's pretty obvious but I've had some games that were in winning positions but I failed to see the combo. It's a little like chess in that way.

Speaking of hard to see chess-like combos. I missed one here in the heat of the moment which could have made things much easier! After I had played and succeeded on my first small talk I could have conceded Media Coverage to get a free card. I could have taken Coming In To Talk for a nice chance at 1-2 bonus dice on my last roll which would have made it almost a sure thing. There's no consequences of failing with Coming In To Talk but media coverage would have bumped threat to 5. It probably would have been a great move.



Next I play all of my remaining cards face-down to get the conversation counter up to the magic number of 12.

That let's me concede Medical Care to Ed and all 7 hostages are released and he surrenders.



Happy ending! Peter gets repromoted back up to Head Hostage Negotiator and gets his free car back.

...and that was a dream play through of a Conversation Game! I made it look easy here, but it can get pretty hairy if your Small Talks fail on the last turn. You end up going into your buy round with 1 point, but you have probably already bought all of the cheap 1 point cards and can't build your hand back up for another try right away. And the bad thing is that, most of the time, there is nothing you can do to mitigate the luck on those last rolls without trashing your big hand.

Fun! And quick! I'm glad I don't have to upload 40+ images this time around.
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          3 Transfer Mengejutkan Ini Bakal Terjadi di Liga Inggris   

Bursa transfer musim panas sudah dibuka sejak 1 Juli 2017. Banyak transfer mengejutkan yang terjadi di Liga Inggris, klub-klub besar sudah mendapatkan beberapa pemain incarannya.

Kejutan pertama dalam transfer Liga Inggris dilakukan Manchester United (MU). Setan Merah sudah resmi mendapatkan bek Timnas Swedia, Victor Lindelof. MU harus mengeluarkan mahar sebesar 35 juta euro ke rekening klub asal Portugal, Benfica.

Tim besutan Jose Mourinho itu sudah melepas empat pemain, yakni Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Josh Harrop, Kayne Diedrick-Roberts, dan Faustin Makela.

Tidak mau kalah dari MU, Manchester City juga sudah merekrut dua bintang baru, Bernardo Silva, dan Ederson. Untuk mendapatkan dua pemain itu, City harus mengeluarkan 90 juta euro.

Sementara Chelsea berhasil mendapatkan tanda tangan kiper Manchester City, Willy Caballero dengan status bebas transfer. Liverpool juga berhasil menggaet bintang AS Roma, Mohamed Salah dengan uang 42 juta euro.

Selain itu, masih ada tiga transfer pemain mengejutkan yang bakal terjadi di Liga Inggris. Siapa saja? Simak di halaman selanjutnya.

Gelandang Leicester, Riyad Mahrez. (AFP/Oli Scarff)

Menurunnya performa Leicester City di Liga Inggris musim lalu tak menutup kemungkinan Riyad Mahrez untuk hengkang. Kreator serangan The Foxes --sebutan Leicester City-- sedang dipantau Arsenal.

Arsenal ingin mendatangkan Mahrez untuk membantu Mesut Ozil membangun serangan. Pada musim lalu, Mahrez berhasil menciptakan 50 peluang di kotak penalti lawan dari 36 penampilan di Liga Inggris.

Untuk mendapatkan Mahrez, Meriam London --sebutan Arsenal-- harus merogoh kocek yang lumayan dalam, yakni 40 juta euro. Sebab, pemain Aljazair itu masih memiliki kontrak bersama Leicester City hingga 30 Juni 2020.

Pemain tengah Manchester City, Fabian Delph. (AFP/Oli Scarff)

Minim kesempatan bermain membuat Fabian Delph berniat meninggalkan Manchester City. Pada musim lalu, dia hanya mendapat kesempatan bermain dalam tujuh pertandingan di Liga Inggris, lima di antaranya sebagai pemain pengganti.

Meski jarang bermain, gelandang berusia 27 tahun itu tercatat sebagai pemain Manchester City dengan akurasi umpan tinggi, yakni 93 persen. Delph tercatat berhasil melepaskan 200 umpan pendek, empat umpan sundulan, dan tiga umpan pendek dengan sukses.

Saat ini, Delph sedang diincar Stoke City. Untuk mendapatkan mantan pemain Aston Villa tersebut, Stoke City cukup membayar delapan juta euro.

Joe Hart punya peluang kecil bermain sebagai kiper utama Manchester City. AFP/Bertrand Langlois)

Manchester City sudah memiliki dua kiper tangguh untuk musim depan, Claudio Bravo dan Ederson. Itu artinya, Joe Hart yang baru saja menyelesaikan masa pinjaman bersama Torino sudah tidak diperlukan lagi di skuat besutan Pep Guardiola.

Melihat situasi ini, West Ham United bersedia menampung Joe Hart. Untuk mendapatkan kiper Timnas Inggris tersebut, West Ham harus membayar 13 juta euro ke rekening Manchester City.

Pada musim lalu, bersama Torino, Joe Hart selalu menjadi kiper andalan. Penjaga gawang berusia 30 tahun itu melakukan 91 penyelamatan dari 36 penampilan di pentas Serie A.

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          4 Pemain Ini Sudah Tinggalkan MU di Awal Bursa Transfer   

Manchester United (MU) mengkonfirmasi telah melepas empat pemain di awal bursa transfer musim panas ini. Namun, MU belum mendapat penggantinya.

Pemain pertama yang meninggalkan tim besutan Jose Mourinho adalah Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Manajemen MU tidak memperpanjang kontraknya yang habis pada 30 Juli 2017.

Mantan striker Timnas Swedia itu sudah mengucapkan salam perpisahan kepada MU melalui sosial media. Ibrahimovic memberikan salam perpisahan yang unik kepada klub berjulukan Setan Merah tersebut.

"Saya datang, saya katakan, saya menaklukkan," kicau Ibrahimovic.

MU juga melepas gelandang muda Josh Harrop. Pria berusia 23 tahun itu bergabung dengan salah satu klub legendaris Inggris yang bermain di Divisi Championship, Preston North End.

Proses transfer Harrop dari MU ke Preston North End telah rampung pada Jumat (23/6/2017) malam waktu Inggris. Harrop menyepakati kontrak berdurasi empat tahun dengan klub berjulukan The Invincibles tersebut. Namun sayangnya, kedua tim tidak membeberkan nilai transfer sang pemain.

Gelandang kelahiran Stockport, Inggris itu tampil cemerlang dalam debutnya bersama MU. Harrop mencetak satu gol saat MU menang 2-0 atas Crystal Palace di laga terakhir Liga Inggris 2016/17.

Manajemen Setan Merah juga melepas dua pemain muda lain, Kayne Diedrick-Roberts dan Faustin Makela. Diedrick-Roberts bergabung dengan MU dari Fulham pada 2015.

Diedrick-Roberts (18 tahun) mencetak gol kemenangan Setan Merah saat mengalahkan Middlesbrough U-18 pada awal musim 2016/17. Pria berusia 18 tahun itu dipinjamkan ke Bournemouth selama satu musim kompetisi.

Sedangkan Makela (17 tahun) sudah melakukan debut bersama MU U-23 saat melawan Leicester City, April lalu. Dia dilepas MU karena mengalami cedera. Gelandang asal Kongo itu bakal dipinjamkan ke klub yang bermain di League One, Bury.

Makela pun mengucapkan salam perpisahan kepada rekan-rekan setimnya. "Berbagi banyak kenangan indah dengan mereka. Saya akan merindukan kalian semua, semoga sukses di masa depan," katanya di Twitter.

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