About

Greg Hullender and Eric Wong have been together almost 20 years. We're technical guys, long-time SF readers who like to read stories and rate them for each other. This blog simply shares what we've been doing privately for years.

Rocket Stack Rank is our retirement project. We're doing this for fun; the site is not monetized in any way whatsoever, nor do we think it ever will be.

Greg Hullender and Eric Wong
September 19, 2015

12 comments (may contain spoilers):

  1. Cool. So even with hundreds of miles between us, I can still virtually raid your book stacks for excellent SF stories.

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  2. FYI: Kelly Robson posted 'Two-Year Man' from Asimov's to her site so you can post a link to it.

    http://kellyrobson.com/two-year-man/

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    1. Thanks. I've add the link to the review and the lists.

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  3. Guys, love what you're doing.
    Just wanted you to know that http://www.rocketstackrank.com/feeds/posts/default/-/Ratings?alt=rss
    seems to be working better than
    http://feeds.feedburner.com/RocketStackRankRatings
    as the latter isn't picking up any of the 2016 Rankings

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    1. Thanks for the bug report. I fixed it by restricting the FeedBurner feed to show the last 5 posts. Without the restriction, the feed included every post since the blog was created until it hit the 1 MB limit!

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  4. If I run into you guys in KC I would love to buy you some beer.

    This site is quickly becoming my go-to after I read any short story.

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    1. That sounds like a great idea. Once MidAmeriCon2 releases the official program, maybe we can pick a time and place.

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  5. It's funny how that happens...my blog started the same way! keep up the good work, and good luck at the Hugos!

    Gideon Marcus
    www.galacticjourney.org

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  6. Yes, good luck at the Hugos!! Good to connect in Toronto.

    James Cheng

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  7. Wow! Just discovered this site thanks to James Wallace Harris' article on WWEnd yesterday (https://blog.worldswithoutend.com/2019/04/subscribe-to-sf-magazines-become-a-patron-of-an-art/). I've been a SFF novel reader exclusively, until this year when I acquired a nice run of Dozois annuals at a yard sale (21st through 25th for $5!). Keep up the good work! This site is incredibly useful (though I'm still trying to navigate it). Thanks!

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! If you have any questions about navigating the site, don't hesitate to ask.

      I just looked at that article, "Subscribe to SF Magazines – Become a Patron of an Art", by James Wallace Harris (Worlds Without End; April 3, 2019), and it's excellent! You might also want to read our article, "Finding a Science-Fiction/Fantasy Magazine to Subscribe To," which also includes a plea for people to subscribe to more magazines--even if they're available online for free.

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