Science Fiction

Review:  Artemis by Andy Weir

Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

Andrew Weir's second novel isn't quite up to the standards set in The Martian, but its hard to imagine that it ever could have been. Read More »

Peck and Flap Wings Until the Sky Brings Forth Machines? by Carlos Suchowolski Translated from German into English by Tanja Coen

Peck and Flap Wings Until the Sky Brings Forth Machines? by Carlos Suchowolski Translated from German into English by Tanja Coen

Yes, I can see his silhouette over there, like a paper cut against the moonlight, and I know: if I lean forward I will see him floundering away..., riding away on his witch’s broom, I think, unattainable, deaf to my whine, hue and cry (And to my warn... Read More »

Anime roundup 12/7/2017: Making a Meal Of It

Anime roundup 12/7/2017: Making a Meal Of It

In this week's viewing: Inuyashiki adds culinary horror to its repertoire, Kino's Journey cooks up a bunch of leftovers, and more! Read More »

Remember those books about genre movies?

Remember those books about genre movies?

I suspect we may come to miss the books whose authors took us through a genre, giving shape to its history and signposting us to recommended movies.  Read More »

Comic Review: The Last Hunt

Comic Review: The Last Hunt

Amigo Comics short series The Last Hunt includes elements from all of our favorite genres - and beyond. Read More »

Les états généraux de l’imaginaire

Les états généraux de l’imaginaire

A report on the discussions at Utopiales de Namtes Read More »

Anime roundup 11/30/2017: Hero Complex

Anime roundup 11/30/2017: Hero Complex

In this week's viewing: Inuyashiki and Kino's Journey get bored and decide to let smoeone else be the hero, and more! Read More »

Review: Frankenstein Dreams

Review: Frankenstein Dreams

Frankenstein Dreams: A Connoisseur’s Collection of Victorian Science Fiction is a gallery of literary wonder edited by Michael Sims Read More »

REVIEW: The Naked World by Eli K. P. William

REVIEW: The Naked World by Eli K. P. William

Middle books of a trilogy are the ugly step-child of literature. Everybody loves the first book in a trilogy: the characters are shiny and new and the world is a playground in which to explore. The final book in a trilogy is almost as well loved: we ... Read More »

Lost Forever? Out There – a 1951/1952 Science Fiction TV Series

Lost Forever? Out There – a 1951/1952 Science Fiction TV Series

Fans of classic science fiction have only infrequently been able to see adaptations of written science fiction on television or in movie theaters. Even more, rarely have these adaptions been done seriously with any attention to the source material. ... Read More »

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