Polygon is a destination for smart people who care about the intersection of technology and culture.

But the site also offers some seriously weird and delightful stuff, like this one: https://www.polygon.com/2018/8/19/27256839/new-baby-book-mla-book citation The first thing that jumps out is the title.

The title of the new book is, of course, MLA Baby Book, and it comes from the title of a book that was published in the early 1980s by John L. Mackie, the creator of the massively popular comic strip strip Star Trek.

(You can also see the first MLA title, the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel The Search for Spock, in the sidebar below.)

The new book, according to Polygon, is “a collection of short stories by science fiction and fantasy writers.

The stories are based on their worlds, with some of the stories taking place in a universe that’s very different from the one in which the stories are set.

We hope you’ll find them interesting, but the best way to discover them is to read them.”

(The first MLAs book, published in 1977, is called Starship Troopers: A Space Odyssey, and was later followed by a sequel, Starship Trooper: A New Hope, and now the novel Starship Troop: The Search, which takes place after the original movie.)

In the article, Polygon describes the book as “a new kind of space opera, where the stories take place in space, where humanity has just landed, and where a lot of the characters are aliens, with a big emphasis on human interaction.”

It also describes the novel as “an anthology of short fiction by the writers who wrote the original Star Trek comics, with stories inspired by real life sci-fi and fantasy.”

(We don’t know much about the creators of the original series, other than the fact that they’re the authors of a lot a lot more popular Star Trek titles, like The Next Gen, Star Trek III: The Chase for Spock and the Star Wars: The Force Awakens anthology.)

As you might expect, there’s a lot to like about this new book.

In fact, if you don’t mind spending the time to dig through some pretty weird and wonderful stuff, it’s worth the read.

(And, if the title doesn’t inspire you, it might.)

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com//content/features/best-books-of-2018/ The best books of 2018 article Polygons favorite books of the year are listed below.