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The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 31

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 31

The Superlifters were far below, zooming around the nightside of Venus. They were towing the Nagasaki on what would certainly be its final journey, regardless of whether it succeeded or failed. Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 30

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 30

The impacts were still coming. The asteroid capture pipeline was years long, and couldn’t be stopped. In fact, a near-collision with Botticelli Station was the reason the mass driver scheme had failed first time around. Read More »

The Steampunkery of H.G. Wells

The Steampunkery of H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells - steampunker Read More »

REVIEWS: John Shirley—Between Genres (Always)

REVIEWS: John Shirley—Between Genres (Always)

Steve considers two of John Shirley's different genres: Fantasy Detective and Western! Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 29

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 29

With an average temperature slightly above freezing, Earth-like gravity of 1.1 gees, and a breathable atmosphere, the planet was perfectly suited for human colonization. Or rather, it would have been, if not for the Zergi’i, who happened to live ther... Read More »

Anime roundup 9/11/2014: Things Are Seldom What They Seem

Anime roundup 9/11/2014: Things Are Seldom What They Seem

In this week's viewing: Nothing goes as expected, from the latest introduction in Sailor Moon to everything in Hunter x Hunter! Read More »

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 28

The Galapagos Incident: Chapter 28

She liked having the head with her. It was, she thought, a benign desire: she had conquered, and this was the proof of that. It was healthy for her to want to dwell on her victory, rather than sinking into some kind of PTSD-induced depression. Read More »

An Interview with Paul di Filippo, Early Steampunk Adopter

An Interview with Paul di Filippo, Early Steampunk Adopter

Paul di Filippo is an author and reviewer living in Providence, RI. His first book, The Steampunk Trilogy, was one of the earliest uses of the term and helped bring it to reader’s attention and has recently been re-released by Open Road Media, which... Read More »

SEMBLANZA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN EN BOLIVIA

SEMBLANZA DE LA CIENCIA FICCIÓN EN BOLIVIA

A portrait of science fiction in Bolivia Read More »

Asni’s Art Blog: Supernova

Asni’s Art Blog: Supernova

The artists who have chosen "Supernova" as their topic, distinctly verge toward the trippy. Read More »

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