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The Club House 12/26/14: Why Talk About Fanzines?

The Club House 12/26/14: Why Talk About Fanzines?

The Club House returns! Read More »

“I WONDER WHAT THE VINTNERS BUY…” A Christmas Card Column      

“I WONDER WHAT THE VINTNERS BUY…” A Christmas Card Column      

Steve talks about artists and their Christmas cards. (Only a day late, right?) Merry Christmas! Read More »

Transit of the Holidays

Transit of the Holidays

As we transit from Christmas to New Years let's take a look back at some of the images that got left behind. Read More »

Interstellar OST, single disc edition

The Interstellar Soundtrack Album Debacle

A look at the various controversies surrounding the release of the soundtrack album for Hans Zimmer's score to Interstellar Read More »

Beat the Christmas Frenzy and Find Your Focus

Beat the Christmas Frenzy and Find Your Focus

Most of us think of Christmas as a busy time, of getting together (often dutifully) with family and friends, exchanging presents and feasting. Christmas is certainly this, but that is only a shallow view of a far deeper event Read More »

Anime roundup 12/25/2014: Wrap It Up

Anime roundup 12/25/2014: Wrap It Up

In this week's viewing: It's season-ending time for everyone! Except that one show that isn't ready to go yet... Read More »

Blogger Invitado: José Güich Rodríguez. Los Meandros Fantásticos De José Durand, Parte 2

Blogger Invitado: José Güich Rodríguez. Los Meandros Fantásticos De José Durand, Parte 2

Este trabajo es parte de una investigación sobre la narrativa fantástica peruana que la Universidad de Lima publicará el próximo año y que el autor ha realizado junto a Carlos López Degregori y Alejandro Susti. Read More »

Speculative Poetry Round Up December 2014

Speculative Poetry Round Up December 2014

John Reinhart - and spec-fic poetry - seem to be everywhere these days Read More »

Santa Claus is an Alien

Santa Claus is an Alien

Well, he did seem to get along with those Martian kids pretty well.... Read More »

Winter 2015 SF Anime Preview Guide

Winter 2015 SF Anime Preview Guide

Coming up at the top of the year: a serious amount of weird. Even for the anime world... Read More »

2014: A Year in Review

2014: A Year in Review

SF & Fantasy in media from 2014 Read More »

The Most Recommended Novels:  Now with 25+% Genre!

The Most Recommended Novels: Now with 25+% Genre!

David McCandless likes to take numbers and put them together in engaging ways.  One of his most recent efforts takes book recommendation data, from sources like Goodreads, the Pullitzer Prize, Oprah’s Reading List and more and puts them together into an interactive, graphic display. Mining that data reveals a strong showing for science fiction, fantasy and horror works. Like tag clouds, the ... Read More »

Review: I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas by Adam Roberts

Review: I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas by Adam Roberts

It’s almost Christmas, so what better way to enjoy the holidays than sitting by the fire and checking out Adam Roberts book I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas. Read More »

Music Review: Player Select by Starbomb

Music Review: Player Select by Starbomb

Science Fiction music review! Read More »

A Holiday Gift from the Museum of Science Fiction

A Holiday Gift from the Museum of Science Fiction

Free access to the museum's Minecraft server Read More »

Everything Old is New Again

Everything Old is New Again

The AIAA Houston Chapter brings back a great series of magazine articles about space exploration Read More »

Noticias literatura 24-12

Noticias literatura 24-12

Francisco Porrúa, founder of "Minotauro", is dead at 92 Read More »

Interview mit Ken Liu: (deutsche Version)

Interview mit Ken Liu: (deutsche Version)

Regina Kanyu Wang's interview with author and translator Ken Liu in german translation Read More »

Small Press Book Review: The Book of Feasts and Seasons by John C. Wright

Small Press Book Review: The Book of Feasts and Seasons by John C. Wright

A review of some Seasonal fiction. Read More »

My Science Fiction Childhood: A Memoir, Part 1

My Science Fiction Childhood: A Memoir, Part 1

They say the golden age of science fiction is 12.... Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 12/21/14

AMAZING NEWS: 12/21/14

From threats tp women's rights to powered spaceships landing on ocean platforms, we've got you covered! Read More »

AMAZING NEWS OF FANDOM: 12/21/14

AMAZING NEWS OF FANDOM: 12/21/14

News of and from fandom Read More »

TIME MACHINE: POPULAR POSTS

TIME MACHINE: POPULAR POSTS

Our most popular posts from the previous week Read More »

Dreams & Portents

Dreams & Portents

Some thoughts on the science fiction community Read More »

A Collection of Boskone’s Mini Interviews from Across the SF/F Industry

A Collection of Boskone’s Mini Interviews from Across the SF/F Industry

Get ready for Boskone 2015 with these mini-interviews of the convention's guests. Read More »

WHA…? JOHNNY CASH and SF? I FELL INTO A BURNING RING OF…

WHA…? JOHNNY CASH and SF? I FELL INTO A BURNING RING OF…

Steve gets all excited over a shared-universe anthology series. And tells you where to get FREE SF! Read More »

The Big Bang Theory Recap: Season 8, Episode 11: The Clean Room Infiltration

The Big Bang Theory Recap: Season 8, Episode 11: The Clean Room Infiltration

The side story of Raj’s parents’ separation takes a turn for the worse as Raj explains that they’ve hired divorce attorneys. Completely ignoring any empathy that would be appropriate, Sheldon interjects the note that he would never hire She-Hulk to be his attorney since he believes she is an affirmative action hire for the law firm the character works for. Penny notes that his aside was almost on-... Read More »

Space Shuttle First Flights: John Aaron (“Exceptional” Flight Software)

Space Shuttle First Flights: John Aaron (“Exceptional” Flight Software)

NASA's John Aaron set high standards for IBM, and Space Shuttle onboard software came closer to "error-free" than any large, complex software ever built. Read More »

Science Fiction Christmas

Science Fiction Christmas

Since this is my last post before Christmas I feel I should at least acknowledge the holiday season. Not everybody celebrates, true, but in this day and age everybody knows about it. So, Christmas is a tradition filled with iconic images, not the least of which is the jolly fat man in the red suit. Sure, Santa Claus is supposed to be the modern incarnation of Saint Nicholas, a third or fourth cent... Read More »

Haunted Holiday Gift Guide: Dark Fashion Edition

Haunted Holiday Gift Guide: Dark Fashion Edition

Buy someone something horrible for the holidays! Read More »

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