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AMAZING THINGS: Jack Strong by Walter Mosley

AMAZING THINGS: Jack Strong by Walter Mosley

A new release from Walter Mosley and Open Road Integrated media. Read More »

The Greatest Science Fiction Novels of All Time Part 5

The Greatest Science Fiction Novels of All Time Part 5

The fifth inductee into Amazing Stories list of the greatest science fiction novels of all time. Read More »

Asni’s Art Blog: Exodus

Asni’s Art Blog: Exodus

Desolate cityscapes, future ruins, starships leaving among the debris of decay: one wonders if there is any place left in the universe where these travelers could find a better life? Read More »

Noticias literatura 30-7

Noticias literatura 30-7

Clarifying the rules of qualification for the Ignotus award, submission deadlines, upcoming conferences and the Alberto Magno award. Read More »

Poetry – Embrace the Hideous Immaculate, C. Hensley

Poetry – Embrace the Hideous Immaculate, C. Hensley

"Horror is a church. Its blood-stained glass both colors and reflects its readers' worldview. It sacrifices many readers on the altar of repugnance." Read More »

Snowpiercer: Better Than A Poke In The Eye With A Sharp Stick

Snowpiercer: Better Than A Poke In The Eye With A Sharp Stick

Snowpiercer’s failing is that it’s simultaneously overwritten and underwritten. It’s a blatant political allegory whose obvious points are muddled and vague. If you can imagine such a thing. Read More »

Interview with Scottish Author Hal Duncan

Interview with Scottish Author Hal Duncan

Author Hal Duncan (Vellum) has been adopted by Finnish Fandom. Find out why. Read More »

The Artful Collector: Your Guide to ArtSpeak – Part 3 (final)

The Artful Collector: Your Guide to ArtSpeak – Part 3 (final)

The art of speaking "art", or, the art world's version of technobabble. Read More »

Imaginarium stretches the Imagination!

Imaginarium stretches the Imagination!

Introducing a new kind of writer's conference! Read More »

Comic Review: Sally of the Wasteland

Comic Review: Sally of the Wasteland

Sally of the Wasteland is a lot like the classic riverboat adventures we all read as kids, but without all the cutesy Sawyer-Finn à la Twain type shenanigans. Read More »

Book Review: The Necromancer Candle and Two Other Stories by Randy McCharles

Book Review: The Necromancer Candle and Two Other Stories by Randy McCharles

Multiple winner of Canada's Aurora Award, Randy McCharles presents three tales of dark fantasy in The Necromancer Candle and Two Other Stories. Read More »

The Five Year Retrospective: Babylon 5, Season Two

The Five Year Retrospective: Babylon 5, Season Two

When people talk about what they love about Babylon 5, season 2 is usually where that love comes from. Read More »

Comic Review: Video Nasty #1 – 2

Comic Review: Video Nasty #1 – 2

Video Nasty is a hard-boiled, gritty suspense-thriller of a comic book. Read More »

Shadowrun 20th Anniversary vs. 5th Edition

Shadowrun 20th Anniversary vs. 5th Edition

What makes for a good RPG edition? Organization. Editing and - SUPPLEMENTS! Read More »

The Secrets Behind Wingman’s Battle Scenes

The Secrets Behind Wingman’s Battle Scenes

"Where do you get your ideas from?" Mack Maloney, author of the Wingman series, answers the perennial question. Read More »

Weird Things About the Moon(s)

Weird Things About the Moon(s)

We see it almost every day and some might think we know all there is to know, but the Moon still has many fascinating secrets to tell. Read More »

Lost Curiosities: Babies on Display

Lost Curiosities: Babies on Display

In 1909, the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition would put babies on display, going so far as to raffle off Ernest, a one-month old orphaned child. Read More »

Book Review: The Shadow Academy by Adrian Cole

Book Review: The Shadow Academy by Adrian Cole

As end of the world stories go, this book has an interesting premise. A worldwide plague is a very popular idea and when Cole flips the premise on its ear at the end with his secret revelation, he provides new ways to look at both science and civilization. Read More »

Amazon Enters the Book Subscription Business

Amazon Enters the Book Subscription Business

Who is going to win the Book Subscription War (I)? Read More »

AMAZING THINGS: BFI/Palgrave Team Up for Days of Fear and Wonder

AMAZING THINGS: BFI/Palgrave Team Up for Days of Fear and Wonder

Palgrave Macmillan releases a series of in-depth film critiques to accompany the BFI's SciFi Days of Fear and Wonder coming this October. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 7-27-14

AMAZING NEWS: 7-27-14

Wiscon, women, black SF authors, Crom, Loncon3, UAE Mars Mission, SpaceX and more! Read More »

ABSOLUTE ZERO: Very Cool Websites:  Loncon3

ABSOLUTE ZERO: Very Cool Websites: Loncon3

Today we bring you Loncon3′s website, the website for Worldcon. It’s quite an impressive feat – one of the best online presences of a Worldcon we’ve ever seen. www.loncon3.org Even if you aren’t going, give it a look! Read More »

TIME MACHINE: POPULAR POSTS

TIME MACHINE: POPULAR POSTS

Top 20 Vampires in Books & Literature The Islamic Moonbase Conspiracy by Tom Easton Conan, by Crom! A Publisher’s Perspective on Profits: ebooks vs print Cosplay vs. Costuming Comic Review: Tomie, Volume I – Junji Ito On Books Being “Special” The Conjuring (2013) Time Out’s ’100 Best Sci-Fi Films’ Scide Splitters: You Can’t Kill the Multiverse (But You Can Mess With its Head) by Ira Nayman Exc... Read More »

Streaming Genres:  SF, Fantasy and Horror on Netflix

Streaming Genres: SF, Fantasy and Horror on Netflix

full length genre films on Netflix Read More »

Streaming Genres:  SF, Fantasy and Horror on Hulu and Hulu+

Streaming Genres: SF, Fantasy and Horror on Hulu and Hulu+

Full length genre movies on Hulu. Read More »

SF, Fantasy and Horror On TV

SF, Fantasy and Horror On TV

Currently airing broadcast shows Read More »

THE NAME BADGE by Taral Wayne

THE NAME BADGE by Taral Wayne

Sitting around one of the tiny tables at Bitondo’s Pizza, Middleton, Cooter and Tuttle looked down at the worn namebadge. They were all thinking the same thing … that, in some way, the innocent-seeming scrap of card was somehow responsible for Arn Metzger’s death. None of them believed in supernatural causation, but they all had a keen appreciation of psychologically-driven malaises. Read More »

AMAZING STORIES STORE GRAND OPENING TODAY!

AMAZING STORIES STORE GRAND OPENING TODAY!

Amazing Stories now has a store! Read More »

Things that Never Were

Things that Never Were

Hoaxes - from fakecons to television series - are a staple of the fannish world. Read More »

MOVIE REVIEW: Does TRANSCENDENCE transcend its genre?

MOVIE REVIEW: Does TRANSCENDENCE transcend its genre?

Does the movie Transcendence transcend the "sci-fi" label? Steve checks it out. Read More »

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