here. My two favorite kinds of sf are time travel stories and future histories. Whereas HG Wells wrote The Time Machine and The Shape Of things To Come, Poul Anderson wrote a Time Patrol series, three independent time travel novels and eight future histories plus a lot more.
It was possible to post about Anderson alone for quite a while because:
his works are not only many but also rich and dense;
any given post may be brief, addressing perhaps a single detail of a single work;
over time, it becomes possible to reread works already discussed and to consider them afresh.
The blog has diversified by referring to other reading and activities and also more recently by discussing authors who can be seen as somehow connected to, or comparable with, Poul Anderson, currently SM Stirling. I will certainly post more about Mr Stirling's works. However, the blog remains Poul Anderson Appreciation. Anyone who scrolls down or searches through the blog will find 3494 posts, the vast majority directly concerning works by Anderson. And there is a strong tendency to continue discussing these works although at the same time no obligation to focus every post on some aspect of Anderson's admittedly vast canon.
I hope that this is sufficient explanation for anyone whose first sight of a Poul Anderson Appreciation blog is of a summary of a passage in a novel by another author.