Reviewer praise for Sci Phi Journal #1

And for “Domo” in particular:

Overall, this is the strongest of the four short stories in the Sci Phi Journal, and definitely one of the better shorts so far this year. It explores robotics, sentience and artificial philosophy in an artful way, without ever stepping on the toes of an actual futuristic story about a domestic aide struggling to overcome a series of breakdowns.

Read the rest over at Castalia House.

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Posted on October 1, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I do trust all of the concepts you’ve introduced to your post.
    They are really convincing and can definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for newbies.

    May you please prolong them a bit from subsequent time?
    Thank you for the post.

    Like

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