Science Fiction

What will happen to SF films when streaming conquers the universe?

What will happen to SF films when streaming conquers the universe?

The movement away from physical artifacts (DVDs and Blu-Ray discs) to streaming services may leave future science fiction film fans in the dark about classics of the genre if selection does not improve. Read More »

Anime roundup 9/7/2017: In Too Deep

Anime roundup 9/7/2017: In Too Deep

In this week's viewing: Made in Abyss examines how tough life is without the help of a robot friend, Chronos Ruler ties itself in causal knots, and more! Read More »

Review: FLASH GORDON SUNDAYS: DAN BARRY VOLUME 1 – THE DEATH PLANET, 1967-1971

Review: FLASH GORDON SUNDAYS: DAN BARRY VOLUME 1 – THE DEATH PLANET, 1967-1971

Flash Gordon Sundays: Dan Barry Vol 1 – The Death Planet, 1967 – 1971 is one of those books that should be in every collector’s library. Read More »

When SF makes sense of the World

When SF makes sense of the World

Stan Faryna is an author, online strategist, entrepreneur, gamer, and unaccomplished gardener. He’s worked in think tanks, seen the Dead Sea Scrolls and the cave where they were found, mopped up the blood of a gangsta gunned down in a coffee sh... Read More »

Anime roundup 8/31/2017: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot

Anime roundup 8/31/2017: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot

In this week's viewing: Chronos Ruler strolls down memory lane, Guru-Guru develops recurring characters, and more! Read More »

CANADIAN AURORA AWARDS: LAST CALL TO VOTE!

CANADIAN AURORA AWARDS: LAST CALL TO VOTE!

This week Steve talks about Canadian SF/F, and those books, stories, and so on, that have been nominated for an Aurora Award this year. Oh, yeah—he’s a nominee too! Read More »

Premio Ripley de relatos de género de terror y Ciencia Ficción

Premio Ripley de relatos de género de terror y Ciencia Ficción

A description of the Ripley, a contest for female Latin American writers of science fiction and horror, including an interview with the publisher. Read More »

BOOK REVIEW: Science Fiction for the Throne: One Sitting Reads, edited by Tom Easton and Judith K. Dial

BOOK REVIEW: Science Fiction for the Throne: One Sitting Reads, edited by Tom Easton and Judith K. Dial

Science Fiction for the Throne: One Sitting Reads, edited by Tom Easton and Judith K. Dial, is a fun, entertaining book to read in small doses. It also reveals some of the limitations of short short fiction. Read More »

Anime roundup 8/24/2017: Dark Side of the Moon

Anime roundup 8/24/2017: Dark Side of the Moon

In this week's viewing: Made in Abyss starts uncorking the real horror, 18if is at its best and darkest yet, and more! Read More »

Book Review: The Berlin Project by Gregory Benford

Book Review: The Berlin Project by Gregory Benford

How would the course of WWII have changed if the United States had perfected the atomic a bomb a year earlier? This idea is explored in Gregory Benford's flawed but ultimately entertaining novel The Berlin Project. Read More »

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