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Twenty-nine underwater cities dot the world’s continental coastal shelves, along with hundreds of deep-sea mining and research facilities. Ten million people live beneath the sea
Fan, editor and publisher R. Graeme Cameron shares his experience of being inducted into the CSFFA's Hall of Fame
a science fiction mystery novel taking place in a small town in Lower Canada in 1911
This magazine is all fantasy: The issue was fun to read. Full of good writing and evocative imagery.
With a cover illustration like that, you know there's got to be something intriguing inside the pages of On Spec
Volume 2 of a themed collection series of stories by Robert J. Sawyer, author of the being made into a film series WWW
Normally, we'd not let the guy review his own publication...but we're not normally and R Graeme is Graeme, so let it fly!
Into the Black offers multiple fresh takes on Lovecraft’s own AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS
A review of a new novel by one of the authors appearing in our quarterly publication
Kasma magazine rounds up its monthly publications and offers ten YEARS of SF
Fine writing throughout in this magazine devoted to pulp fiction of a higher literary calling.
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. Broken Sun, Broken Moon – by Brent Hayward Published by ChiZine Publications, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada in...
There are at least 15 principle characters to keep track of. Too confusing? Not a bit of it. Ten years in the writing and well worth it.
Futuristic Canada is a very Canadian anthology. How much so may depend on whether you are Canadian, American, British or even Australian....
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. Alchemy and Artifacts: Tesseracts 22 Published by Edge-Lite, an imprint of Hades Publications, Inc., Calgary, Alberta,...
A review of the most recent issue of Lackington's Magazine - Voyages
Canadian local - a review of an anthology devoted to Manitoban speculative fiction
Ahhh, Professor Challenger. discoverer of Lost Worlds!
An issue for change. No, not from a dollar. Fiction and poetry about change.
Graeme reviews five novels, covering a range of interests and genres
A tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of works by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”, and a call for a crusade against an entrenched foe.
...strong echoes of the early Philip K. Dick where things are not what they seem and you have every right to be paranoid...
Many editors reject heavily stylized prose out of hand. Lackington's welcomes it.
An in depth review of the 110th issue of On Spec magazine
Today, Graeme formalizes the new focus of his column on reviews of Canadian SpecFic, featuring Pulp Literature magazine and Typhoon Time by Ron S. Friedman
An in depth look at two publications - Neo-Opsis magazine and A Body of Work anthology - using the O.B.I.R. method. (Not to be confused with the Outer Limits method O.B.I.T.. Not quite that intrusive.)
Yes, once again, Science Fiction is dead, Dead, DEAD! Maybe.
If an egg appears on the mantle in act 1....
Four forgotten classics worth your viewing time.
Silent Film SF: there's a lot more out there than most realize