TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Blasts from the recent past; our most popular posts of the week,

A Publisher’s Perspective on Profits: ebooks vs print
Open Source Horror: The Slender Man
Review: Rollerball Blu-ray (Twilight Time edition)
AMAZING NEWS! Gerrold’s A Doctor For the Enterprise Comic Completed!
The Ultimate Science Fiction Reading List Part 6
Mad Flight of a Manic Phoenix, or: Philip K. Dick in Vancouver (1972)
What I’ve Really Learned from Science Fiction
The Conjuring (2013)
Philip K. Dick – 1977 French Television Interview
Deconstructing Horror: Haunted Houses
The Artful Collector: Why Artists Disappear
MCM London Comic Con Smashes Attendance Record
Characters: Clare of Claymore
Mapping Out a Fantasy World
Space Shuttle First Flights: Shuttle and the X-15
An Interview with Bestselling Author Ty Franck (James S.A. Corey)
ABSOLUTE ZERO: Cool Websites, Very Cool
Review: Robert A. Heinlein Was A Dick…A Review of Patterson’s Bio, Volume 2
The Artful Collector: Where Are They Now? Spotlight on Artist Mark Harrison
The Science to Science Fiction Transition: Faster Than Light Travel?
A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet … But The Name Could Still Be Long And Dumb
Books That Never Were – Farewell Atlantis
World Building for Writers Through Map Making
Review: Undead Redhead
Reseña de libro: Hananpacha, en Busca de la Libertad por Iván Prado Sejas
MOVIE REVIEW—X-MEN: Days of Future Past
Karel Čapek: SF Pioneer
Asni’s Art Blog: Warriors, Hunters, Healers, and Death
Book Review: The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All by Laird Barron
Recap: “Naka-Choko,” Hannibal, Season 2, Episode 10
There’s Something About Night Vale
Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail
It’s (Not) Rocket Science: John Aaron: “SCE to AUX”
Recap: “Tome-wan,” Hannibal, Season 2, Episode 12
The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke
Interview: Amal El-Mohtar
Recap: “Ko No Mono,” Hannibal, Season 2, Episode 11
The Art of the Shaver Mystery

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TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Reviews, interviews, commentary, short stories, artwork and news items all made the most viewed list this past week. Traffic wise, the first week of September 2017 has been good for Amazing Stories. These articles are the reason why.

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