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CollectionsYour library (2,583), Audio CDs (389), To read (701), To read for school (8), Currently reading (9), To review (21), Exam reading (106), Books I've taught (67), My writing (6), Read but unowned (651), Borrowed from the library (424), Borrowed from James (20), Borrowed from Hayley (17), Borrowed from Catherine (9), Borrowed from other (21), Downloaded (365), Picks of the Month (93), Hugo Awards 2017 (25), Eaton Collection (14), All collections (3,870)

Reviews1,493 reviews

Tagssf (2,205), doctor who (906), comics (812), unread (582), star trek (534), anthology (523), nonfic (494), literature (491), superhero (383), dc (381) — see all tags

MediaNot set (64), Book (3,807), Paper Book (3,030), Audiobook (580), Ebook (88)

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About meI'm an academic who studies British literature, from 1800 to the present. My primary area of interest is the intersection of science and literature; I'm at work on a book project about the scientist in British fiction from 1818 to 1909. I'm also interested in H. G. Wells, science fiction of the 1870s through the 1890s, sf stories depicting revolution/terrorism, graphic novels, and post-1980 British fiction (especially metafiction).

For fun I also read Star Trek, Star Wars, and Doctor Who novels (though not as much as I did ten years ago), assorted other science fiction, and superhero comic books. And lots of other stuff; I have pretty catholic tastes.

My publications (up to 2011, obviously in great need of updating):

About my libraryIt's a lot of tie-in fiction. This account is especially dominated by Star Trek books (I bought almost every one published between 1999 and 2009, but I've slowed down of late) and Doctor Who and Doctor Who-adjacent audio dramas from Big Finish Productions. Outside of that, I own a lot of comics (especially DC), Doctor Who novels (especially ones featuring the Eighth Doctor or Bernice Summerfield), British literature (especially Victorian), science fiction and books about science fiction, Penguin Classics, and fantasy fiction (especially the Oz books).

Recently I've been on a bit of a kick with contemporary science fiction. I've also been working my way through a few different series/authors systematically:
- every month: Doctor Who: Time Lord Fairy Tales
- every three months: The New Doctor Who Adventures
- every four months: James Bond 007 by Ian Fleming
- every six months: Legion of Super-Heroes
- every twelve months: Charles Dickens

I'm also slowly working my way through the complete works of Moto Hagio, Manjula Padmanabhan, Harvey Pekar, Cordwainer Smith, and Barry Gifford. Very slowly.

GroupsBug Collectors, Combiners!, Common Knowledge, WikiThing, HelpThing, Evolve!, Flash-Mob Cataloging, Librarything Series, Science Fiction Fans, TinyCat

Favorite authorsM. T. Anderson, Isaac Asimov, Julian Barnes, L. Frank Baum, Octavia E. Butler, A. S. Byatt, Italo Calvino, Wilkie Collins, Paul Cornell, Russell T. Davies, Charles Dickens, Diane Duane, Lawrence Durrell, George Eliot, Ian Fleming, C. S. Forester, Elizabeth Gaskell, Elizabeth George, David Gerrold, Keith Giffen, Barry Gifford, Ursula K. Le Guin, Moto Hagio, Barbara Hambly, Thomas Hardy, Stanisław Lem, Paul Levitz, Lawrence Miles, Grant Morrison, Manjula Padmanabhan, Lance Parkin, Harvey Pekar, James Roberts, Anne Sexton, Cordwainer Smith, E. E. Smith, Kris Straub, Mark Waid, H. G. Wells, Oscar Wilde, Jeanette Winterson, P. G. Wodehouse (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresPaperback Trader IV, The Book Barn, UConn Co-op Bookstore

Favorite librariesArchives and Special Collections - Dodd Research Center (A University of Connecticut Library), Homer Babbidge Library (University of Connecticut Main Library)

Other favoritesUniversity of Connecticut - Children's Literature

Homepagehttp://lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com/

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Real nameSteven Mollmann

LocationWillimantic, CT

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/Stevil2001 (profile)
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TinyCathttps://www.librarycat.org/lib/Stevil2001

Member sinceDec 12, 2006

Currently readingTales from the Clone Wars: Webcomic Collection, Season 1 (Star Wars) by Pablo Hidalgo
Robots in Disguise, Volume 6 (The Transformers) by John Barber
The Serpentine Wall by Jim DeBrosse
Allegiance in Exile (Star Trek: The Original Series) by David R. George III
Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee
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