Phil Kaveny

The Fiction of Philip Kaveny

Jack The Robot Sings The Blues by Philip Kaveny

Jack the Robot Sings the Blues by Philip Kaveny Originally published in Janus, Vol. 4, #2-3, Summer/Autumn 1978 The pronoun “per” has been substituted for sex-specific pronouns as an experiment; … Continue reading

June 26, 2017 · Leave a comment

Phoenix 2478 by Philip Kaveny With an Afterword by Dr. Janice Bogstad

Phoenix: 2478 by Philip Kaveny Originally published in Janus 14, Vol. 4, #4, Winter 1978/79 The ship completed its 23rd orbit. They found no attraction, nothing of interest whatsoever to … Continue reading

June 22, 2017 · Leave a comment

Some Selected Works From Philip Kaveny & Dr. Janice Bogstad Part I

A few Essays and Other Works from Janus Magazine thrice nominated by World Science Fiction Convention for the Best Amateur  Science Fiction Magazine in 1978, 1979,1980 by Philip Kaveny and … Continue reading

June 21, 2017 · Leave a comment

Response To Brandon C. Hovey’s The Boy With Powdered Sugar Eyebrows

Kaveny: I found Brandon Hovey’s blog post fascinating from a sociological and historical perspective.  So much in fact that it provoked me into a deep reflection into my own life family … Continue reading

June 12, 2017 · Leave a comment

Ffaldschaddar Book One, Parts One through Five (Revised)

Ffaldschaddar Part I by Phil Kaveny Ffaldschaddar By Philip Kaveny 2016 Ffaldschaddar forged from iron that fell from the sky. Now Ffaldschaddar rested, uneasily and thirstily, in her hand tooled scabbard. … Continue reading

June 10, 2017 · 1 Comment

The game of chess has always been a light in my life and the way I met my wife.

The game of chess has always been a light in my life and the way I met my wife.   The game of chess has always been a light in … Continue reading

May 31, 2017 · Leave a comment

Emergent Feminist Meta Ethics Abstract

https://womenstudies.wisc.edu/WSC/annualconf/sessions.html     Emergent Feminist Meta Ethics in though Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: a Modern-Day Prometheus              In this presentation the presenter contends that, though Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: a Modern-Day Prometheus is often … Continue reading

May 25, 2017 · Leave a comment