In the latest issue of F&SF magazine: a dash of archaeological mystery; a hint of ancient legend; the virtue of endurance; parental guidance and unburied secrets are among the themes of this bi-monthly issue
A balance of ‘space-opera scope meets small-town girl’
A review of Neil Gaiman’s latest – Trigger Warning. “…when an author does manage to give me pause. . .That’s good writing! “
Without doubt, one of the best science fiction/fantasy books offered in a long time.
Theia is still with us
New evidence for the existence of Planet X
Double Hole, Double Hole, Two Black Holes in One (Galaxy)
2MASS, a gigantic young planet, dwarfs our own King of the Planets
Every now and then, I uncover a 24-carat nugget that stands out from all the other gems. And “The Poppy War” by R. F. Kuang is one of them.
Is reading + imagination really better than couch-potatoing with the boobtube? This excerpt should suggest where we fall on the argument.
The Handmaid’s Tale is shocking, repulsive, heartrending, and alarming. And thoroughly hypnotic
Thanos may be on to something….
Danger, Will Robinson! Reboot Detected!
Just because it’s new doesn’t mean it’s better. A look at the drive to remake everything.
The latest data from ESO’s Very Large Telescope suggests that the orbits of those stars around the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way may show the subtle effects predicted by Einstein’s general theory of relativity.
Is the multiverse a pleasant concept for science fiction authors to play with, or does it really exist? The truth is out there…
The Universe remains a very strange place
the shape of planes as we know them could be drastically different
A British science fiction fan remembers what an American TV show meant to him.
Worried that an asteroid will hit the Earth? As Andrew Weston reports, NASA has some good news and some bad news on the subject of a near earth object called Bennu.
Planet 9 could be closer than we think!
The worst theoretical prediction in the history of physics…
Astronomer’s discover our ‘solar sibling’, a star born at the same time, and out of the same nebula, as our own.
Why is NASA calling Kepler 452b “Earth 2.0”?
Doctors in Hell featured an excerpt from Weston’s Hell Bound. Here’s an exclusive look from Amazing Stories,
Recent discoveries are changing our view of Dark Matter
Shades of the X15: OneWeb & VirginGalactic want to bring the internet to EVERYONE
Andrew P. Weston has been a regular contributor to Amazing Stories for quite some time now. A former UK Marine, he has retired to the Greek Isles, where, in addition to writing for Amazing and enjoying the deep blue Mediterranean , he has turned his hand to a rarely practiced sub-genre of the military science […]
An excerpt from Andrew Paul Weston’s debut novel, The IX, from the Perseid Press.
A NASA-backed study explores an innovative way to dramatically cut the cost of a human expedition to Mars