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Deep in the Heart of Texas, Redux

Deep in the Heart of Texas, Redux

Long a popular feature in fanzines, con reports ha... Read More »

IAAA Gallery: Marilynn Flynn – Aspirational Astronaut

IAAA Gallery: Marilynn Flynn – Aspirational Astronaut

The space art of Marilynn Flynn - one of the few e... Read More »

Shameless Self Promotion: “Metropolis” exhibition in Wellington

Shameless Self Promotion: “Metropolis” exhibition in Wellington

For being such an eclectic bunch of people, the ex... Read More »

Use Enough Gun: Monstoer Hunters III

Review: Use Enough Gun

I chose to review this anthology based on the titl... Read More »

A Fan’s History – Part 3

A Fan’s History – Part 3

And I’m still not done talking about cons! Continu... Read More »

A Fan’s History – Conventions (Part 2)

A Fan’s History – Conventions (Part 2)

This blog is not a fan history, although I will ci... Read More »

A Commissioning Editor Speaks: David Moore of Abaddon Books

A Commissioning Editor Speaks: David Moore of Abaddon Books

Britain’s Abaddon Books is a seething brew o... Read More »

My top 10 SF and fantasy picks for the big-screen treatment

My top 10 SF and fantasy picks for the big-screen treatment

Science fiction and fantasy are taking over the re... Read More »

My Start as a Writer and My First Published Story

My Start as a Writer and My First Published Story

Hi, my name is Matt Mitrovich. I have been an avid... Read More »

Review: The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling

Review: The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling

I can’t think of a better novel to start my ... Read More »

Eric Brown Interview

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

Steampunk: An Overview of an Up and Coming Genre

Steampunk: An Overview of an Up and Coming Genre

Strap on your goggles, fire up the boiler and let&... Read More »

Sense of Wonder #2 – From the Movies

Earlier I wrote about what Damon Knight characteri... Read More »

Thinking Outside the Boiler: A Few Novels Not Always Classified as Steampunk

Taking a short break from science horror to talk s... Read More »

Moonlight and Manners: A Review of Goblin Moon by Teresa Edgerton

There was already awareness that a new strain of f... Read More »

Unforgiven

Crossroads: The Western Hero in Speculative Fiction

Someone once said that every story starts with som... Read More »

I’ve Got This Idea…

When I was a kid I was awed by the adult section o... Read More »

Review: The Wizard of OZ: A Steampunk Adventure by S.D. Stuart

We interrupt your regularly scheduled coverage on ... Read More »

No. 3 – Jules Verne, From The Earth To The Moon, and Space Opera.

Jules Verne hovers between number two and number t... Read More »

Doctor Who and the Strange Victorians

Fantasy, Horror and Science Fiction can exist in t... Read More »

Review of the Martian War

Review of the Martian War

The Martian War by Kevin J. Anderson is a literary... Read More »

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