Review: Mr Breakfast by Jonathon Carroll

Melville House Publishing, HB, £20.00 Reviewed by Rym Kechacha Describing a book as a philosophical novel of ideas might induce dread in some. You might be thinking about info dumps, quotations from obscure German thinkers, […]

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The Big Idea: James L. Cambias

One advantage writers get when they work in different fields of writing is more tools for their professional toolbox — but as James L. Cambias points out in this Big Idea for The Scarab Mission, […]

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Time Machine: January 22, 2023

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: January 22, 2023 2023 DGA Awards Film and TV Nominations The Directors Guild of America have announced the nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film and Outstanding Directorial Achievement […]

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Top SFF Books January 2023

As SciFI Now welcomes in the new year, they figured what better time than now to pull together a list of some of the best SFF books to read this January. Source: Top SFF Books […]

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Time Machine: January 15, 2023

The James Webb Space Telescope Is Finding Too Many Early Galaxies Images and spectra from the James Webb Space Telescope suggest that the first galaxies in the universe are too many or too bright compared […]

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Philip K. Dick Award 2023 Finalists

The 2023 Philip K. Dick Award finalists have been announced: Arboreality, Rebecca Campbell (Stelliform) Widowland, C.J. Carey (Sourcebooks Landmark) Ymir, Rich Larson (Orbit US) January Fifteenth, Rachel Swirsky (Tordotcom) The Legacy of Molly Southbourne, Tade Thompson […]

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The Big Idea: Nancy Kress

Science fiction is just that, a blend of the science we know, and the stories we wish to tell. The mixture of these two aspects was especially important to authors Nancy Kress and Robert Lanza, who co-authored their new […]

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Kindred and Us…

“I’ve been a fan of Octavia Butler since reading my first novel by her, “Mind of My Mind,” about a vampiric telepath named Doro: an immortal from Africa that devours your soul, so he can […]

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Happy Science Fiction Day!

January 2 is Science Fiction Day. (Illustration is, of course, the cover of the 1957 paperback edition of the nonexistent SciFi classic “Joy Day of the Planet X2-9 Harmonic Chickenoids.”) Many thanks to the surprisingly […]

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