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THE TWENTY DAYS OF TURIN BY GIORGIO DE MARIA: One of the most interesting translations to appear in some time, this is the first-ever English version of a short novel that was originally published in Italian back in 1977.
MARS AND APRIL: Science fiction from Quebec that isn’t perfect (far from it!) but deserves points for effort.
GRANDMOTHERS RECHARGE WELL!: This Czech satire owes more than a little something to Ray Bradbury’s I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC!/THE ELECTRIC GRANDMOTHER, but taken on its own terms it’s pretty good.

New Commentary!

RANKING THE RANKINGS: THE "BEST" CANADIAN FILMS: It’s been claimed that a third of the world’s most depressing films emerge from Canada and, having viewed many a Canadian film, I believe it.

Et cetera:
Stories about madness, paranoia, and alternate realities. Each story new, different, weirder than hell.