Interview with Nat Segaloff, the author of A Lit Fuse, a biography about Harlan Ellison.
Wonder Woman is the movie we – and the DC universe – needed.
Meet Bill – author, editor and explorer of afrofuturism
Get ready for Boskone 2015 with these mini-interviews of the convention’s guests.
An interview with Starfall lead actor Damien Puckler
Geek Theater. Please note the absent ‘R’.
Box Office Poison is the second book in Phillipa Bornikova’s Linnet Ellery Series. One of the biggest challenges of any series is the second book, and Bornikova pulls it off with style.
Like Twilight and The Hunger Games, The Mortal Instruments offers something new and exciting for young adults…this series also brings more of an edge to modern fantasy
While there is a decided absence of magic in the novel, the one thing that truly stands out here is how eloquently Rowling has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that her writing chops stretch far beyond Hogwart’s hallowed halls.
Fire With Fire is quite good and serves as a nice example of how contemporary science fiction can blend a number of other genres seamlessly into one well-told story.
Have you heard of Tom Clancy? Probably. Have you heard of his video game series Splinter Cell? Maybe. Have you heard of Kate Drummond? Probably not. Here’s the thing…not only is Kate an up-and-coming actress who has a string of great roles in a bunch of new and recent releases, she’s also a really fun […]
Edited by Hannah Strom-Martin & Erin Underwood Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction includes 33 original short stories and poems that spark the imagination, twist the heart, and make us yearn for the possibilities of a world yet to come. Futuredaze includes pieces by Jack McDevitt, Nancy Holder, Gregory Frost, Lavie Tidhar, Sandra McDonald, […]
The SyFy Channel is putting a metric ton of financial resources behind their new SF drama Defiance, which airs on Mondays 9/8C. Released this spring, SyFy has also simultaneously launched an online video game for the show that gives viewers an additional portal into the world. It’s nice to see this kind of commitment being […]
Ellen Datlow anthologies are dependable reads, especially when it comes to delivering a wide selection of high quality of fiction. This holds true with Hauntings, Datlow’s new reprint anthology of ghost stories–all of which were originally published between 1983 and 2012– is packed with well-written and engaging tales. One of the best things about reading a […]