Serdar Yegulalp

Serdar Yegulalp

By day, Serdar is a journalist for the world of business IT and consumer technology, having written for everything from the original WINDOWS Magazine of the 1990s to Computerworld, Infoworld,, and the briefly-rejuvenated BYTE. By the other half of the day, Serdar is an independent SF and fantasy author. In 2006 he founded his own publishing imprint, Genji Press, as a way to bring his own vision for speculative fiction to a broad audience, and where he blogs about the issues involved in doing so. He currently lives and works near New York City.

The Wrong Kind Of Faithful

[This column was originally published at] Here is a conversation I find myself having way too often for my own good. A discussion of anime X comes up, which is itself an adaptation of source material X(1). I cite a number of things wrong with X, only to be …

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