Hugo Award

Anime roundup 7/2/2014: Show Your Work

Anime roundup 7/2/2014: Show Your Work

Oh no, a filler episode! With nothing new to watch, let's compile a list of first-half Hugo recommendations. Read More »

Review – Eifelheim, by Michael Flynn

Review – Eifelheim, by Michael Flynn

Eifelheim fashions a meeting-place between two alien worldviews, medieval Christian theology and cutting edge physics, without doing disservice to either. Nominated for the Hugo Award in 1987. Read More »

A LITTLE DITTY ‘BOUT BILLIE SUE and DEAN

A LITTLE DITTY ‘BOUT BILLIE SUE and DEAN

Steve discusses two top thriller writers, Billie Sue Mosiman and Dean R. Koontz. Are their new books good? 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 »

Scide Splitters: In Space No One Can Hear You Laugh by Mike Resnick

Scide Splitters: In Space No One Can Hear You Laugh by Mike Resnick

Scide Splitters reviews a story collection by one of science fiction and fantasy’s most prolific authors of short form humorous fiction. Read More »

Post Más Populares de Junio

Post Más Populares de Junio

Tanya rounds up the past months' offerings in translation. Read More »

The Greatest Science Fiction Novels of All Time Part 3

The Greatest Science Fiction Novels of All Time Part 3

Continuing the assemblage of the greatest SF novels of all time - objectively Read More »

Award Winners: Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge

Award Winners: Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge

Rainbows End (2006) won the Hugo and Locus Awards for best novel and was nominated for the Prometheus Award. Sad to say there’s no pot of gold awaiting the reader at the end. Read More »

HUGO AWARDS FINALISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

HUGO AWARDS FINALISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Watch the Hugo Awards Finalists announcements on Ustream. Read More »

The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke

The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke

Now there are classic science fiction stories, and then there are classic science fiction stories used by educators to introduce young impressionable readers and writers to the age old argument of science and religion. The Nine Billion Names of God b... Read More »

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