Guy Hasson’s The Emoticon Generation Released

Israeli author Guy Hasson's new collection has just been published by Infinity Plus Books. Guy Hasson’s The Emoticon Generation features seven stories about life-changes brought about by our new electronic generation: stories that blur the borders between our world and science fiction, stories that make you ask, ‘Has this already happened? Is that actually true?’... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “A Good Ending” by Guy Hasson (Israel)

Over at InterNova there's a new story by Israeli author Guy Hasson, A Good Ending: This story has a good ending. Well… for the bureaucrat. ********** Once upon a time, in a country far, far away, there lived a bureaucrat. And the bureaucrat’s son, who was six at the time of this story, had very bad... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: Science Fiction Can Be Glorious Again, by Guy Hasson (Author Week #2)

SF Can Be Glorious Again by Guy Hasson When you write articles like this one you have to be respectable. You’re an author, after all. I’ve written many articles in the weeks leading to the release of Secret Thoughts, my new book, and they’ve all been respectable, respectful, and mindful. The more I wrote them,... Continue Reading →

Guy Hasson’s Secret Thoughts, Reviewed by Anil Menon (Author Week #2)

Guy Hasson: Secret Thoughts Review by Anil Menon   Since intimacy and secrecy  are all but inseparable, it’s no surprise that Guy Hasson’s “Secret Thoughts,” a collection of three novellas, is also a triad if stories about intimacy. The novellas consider intimacy in three distinct contexts: the living past, the Other, and the possible future.... Continue Reading →

Author Week #2: Guy Hasson

Welcome to our second Author Week! This week we feature Israeli author Guy Hasson, in celebration of his new book, Secret Thoughts, published by the Apex Book Company. Secret Thoughts is a startling examination of sexuality, motherhood, and society told in three novellas by Geffen Award-winning author Guy Hasson. In “The Perfect Girl”, Alexandra Watson... Continue Reading →

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