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Being Janeway: Twenty-five years of Star Trek: Voyager by Una McCormack

If I’m completely honest, I was chiefly a Deep Space Nine fan. (Actually, I was a Babylon 5 fan, but that’s a story for another day.) But because I am naturally inclined to like anything which involves a spaceship, I … Continue reading

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Forward Momentum! On loving Lois McMaster Bujold by Una McCormack

Back in the late 1990s, I was a member of a mailing list (remember them?) devoted to the discussion and analysis of Blake’s 7 (remember that— yes of course you do). We were a lively, eclectic, opinionated and – though … Continue reading

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The Way to the Stars by Una McCormack

A hundred years ago, when I was a little girl (all right, the late 1970s), I used to draw Blake’s 7 stick man cartoons. Blake’s 7, you see, was my very favourite TV programme, and more than anything else I … Continue reading

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