Flight of the Vajra: The Human Wave


For a while I've been struggling with a sort-of manifesto that I was going to use as a banner for Genji Press (and especially Fight of the Vajra). Then Sarah Hoyt came along and beat me to it, at least as far as the fiction-manifesto part of the game goes:

What is Human Wave Science Fiction | According To Hoyt

Give the whole piece a read. I'm kind of burdened with work right now, or I'd post a more in-depth analysis, but right now that analysis consists of two things:

  1. Hell yes, and
  2. Expect much more from me on this subject, since Vajra fits very squarely into the kind of story that is being described here.
I figure in the long run it's better to write the kinds of books you want to see than complain about the ones you don't, so I'm trying to spend more of time doing just that.


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