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Isaac Asimov

IT’S (NOT) ROCKET SCIENCE: Does Science Fiction Matter?

IT’S (NOT) ROCKET SCIENCE: Does Science Fiction Matter?

It sure does to me.  It’s the reason I work... Read More »

What is the Vampire of Science Fiction?

What is the Vampire of Science Fiction?

I’m not talking about the salt vampire of St... Read More »

Introduction to SFF – 2 – Pulp

Introduction to SFF – 2 – Pulp

The Early Asimov, Vol. 1 I learned a lot about pul... Read More »

A Fan’s History – Part 4 – A Visit with Heinlein

A Fan’s History – Part 4 – A Visit with Heinlein

Let’s give cons a rest for a bit and talk about on... Read More »

Interview with SFWA Grand Master James Gunn

James Gunn Today we are joined by Science Fiction ... Read More »

Liftoff Scratched for SF Authors Stamps

Liftoff Scratched for SF Authors Stamps

The countdown has been halted for issuing U.S. sta... Read More »

Un Diálogo ameno con Daína Chaviano por M. C. Carper

Un Diálogo ameno con Daína Chaviano por M. C. Carper

Daína Chaviano – Escritora cubana de Cf y Fantasía... Read More »

An Introduction to the Empire’s Corps

An Introduction to the Empire’s Corps

When I was a child, I read the Foundation series a... Read More »

Anniversary by Isaac Asimov

Anniversary by Isaac Asimov

The short story Anniversary by Isaac Asimov is an ... Read More »

Marooned off Vesta by Isaac Asimov

Marooned off Vesta by Isaac Asimov

Marooned off Vesta was Asimov’s first published st... Read More »

How Young is a Young Adult?

The science fiction novels I read as a teen weren... Read More »

Electrons for Everyone

As I sit wandering the internet for fresh tidbits ... Read More »

Eric Brown Interview

Eric Brown is the author of over forty books inclu... Read More »

Cities in Science Fiction

Cities in Science Fiction

The events in Boston at the beginning of this wee... Read More »

Robots and Cyborgs and Androids, Oh My!

Author’s Note: Last week I wrote about one o... Read More »

Amazing News, Friday, April 12, 2013

Amazing News, Friday, April 12, 2013

The Eaton Science Fiction Conference at UC Riversi... Read More »

No. 12 Alfred Elgin van Vogt, Weapons Masters, and The Big Three.

$1995.00. For 15 pages. That’s how much a co... Read More »

How Science Fiction Can Save the World

Welcome internet traveler. I will be stockpiling n... Read More »

No. 10 Robert Heinlein, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, and Self-Reliance

No. 10 – 2013Mar10 – Robert Heinlein, The Mo... Read More »

BLUE PENCILS AND BLOODY SWORDS: EDITORS OF S&S

It’s easy to discuss authors for their contr... Read More »

An Interview with Stephanie Osborne

Adam Gaffen for Amazing Stories: Welcome!  It seem... Read More »

Review: The Caves of Steel by Isaac Asimov

Alright we are back with my coverage on SF detecti... Read More »

Isaac Asimov in B & W drawing

No.8 Isaac Asimov, Psychohistory, Robot Crimes, and Positronic Brains.

2013Feb24 Isaac Asimov, Psychohistory, Robot Crime... Read More »

No. 6 – Theodore Sturgeon, The Next Question, Well-Meaning Scientists and The Evil They Can Cause.

2013 Feb 10 – Theodore Sturgeon, aka/Edward ... Read More »

Crossroads: A Genre Darkly

World-building, extrapolation, analogy, conceptual... Read More »

Inoculate Against the Lurids: Language Is A Virus

I’m pleased to be participating at Amazing Stories... Read More »

Demolition

Image courtesy Galactic Central Press – Phil... Read More »

Hollywood loves “remakes.” Sometimes Hardcore Fans Don’t

The funny thing about movies is that liking or dis... Read More »

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