A Study Break

Science fiction reports possibilities.  The novel Corr Syl the Warrior introduces an Earth on which intelligence appeared long before humans.

A Study Break.  One morning as Corr sat at his table list…

Here’s a story about the child Corr Syl.

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Story: Corr and Allon in Nursery Canyon

Corr and Allon in Nursery Canyon

The Big-eared Rabbit with a Large Tail[This is the first of a series of stories from the World of the Tsaeb that I created for young readers.]

Corr Syl’s parents had brought a picture to their new residence in Nursery Canyon. His father had explained, “Long ago Corr, when creatures first learned body control, warrior rabbits grew long tails. They carried two swords, just as warriors do today. This rabbit could be one of your ancestors, Corr—a very famous one.” Continue reading

Garry Rogers Nature Conservation News

What is the Nature Conservation News?

VultureMy online Scoop.It newspaper, Garry Rogers Nature Conservation News began operating last September.  It presents news stories called scoops.  My scoops are mostly concerned with animals and their interactions with humans.  I sometimes scoop interesting items about writing, and I scoop the rare items of science fiction news that involve stories and books with a nature conservation theme.  This post is a request for your help with scoop suggestions.  (Visit the news). Continue reading

Best Science Fiction of 2013.

Corr Syl the Warrior Named Best of 2013

When the editors of Kirkus Reviews Kirkus Best of 2013picked the top 100 of 3000 Corr Syl the Warrior_FrontCoverbooks reviewed during the year, they included Corr Syl the Warrior.

“A beautifully written YA novel that will captivate sci-fi fans of all ages.”  Kirkus Reviews (starred review).

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