This stop motion animation offers up a glimpse of playing with army men in the back yard that’s just a little bit more sophisticated than most.
Vetted Charities supporting the Ukrainian people during the winter months. Fan friend Borys Sydkiuk checks in and will offer more when power has been restored.
Wishing you all the best!
Greg Bear and Martin Morse Wooster RIP
Unfair payment for authors tops this week’s roundup of our most read articles.
Magazines pay authors as if they are periodicals, but sell as if they are anthologies.
Author’s and readers have a shared skill
Launch of SLS Rocket Artemis’ program with Orion capsule, scheduled for 1:04 AM 11/16/22
Awards, writing contests, NASA, First Fandom, Dark Worlds Quarterly and Octavia Butler headline this week’s news
Jews, The Big Pond and movies cum TV series about aerial combat feature prominently in this week’s news of Fannish things.
EA Poe, RAH, Dogs vs Aliens, Guillermo del Torro, Space Force and The Big Bang Theory feature prominently in this week’s roundup of popular posts!
A new author has been added to Amazing’s annual special – Adrian Tchaikovsky!
Entangled Publishing is a 100% women-owned publisher launches new imprint.
October is definitely a “genre dominated month”, thanks to all of the slasher flicks
Despite major changes at other publications, the Pixel Scroll Rolls On!
Following the editorial transition, traffic is again rising on the site. Here are a good handful of previously published posts your fellow fans have decided to read!
Genre Penetration of media is at an all time high this week!
Details of management changes at Amazing Stories
In 1939, just a handful of month’s before the first ever Worldcon, Hugo Gernsback ACCURATELLY predicted the future of the Science Fiction genre!
You will be AMAZED!
Check out reviews and SF research publications in Luna Monthly
Hey! We’re walkin here!
New Baen Books releases that will be hitting the stands on November 2nd – Flint & Bujold top the list
A way to get inexpensive SF art up on your walls, China cracksdown, Uncle Hugos up and running, more
Poe is Pixelized this week
Ukraine, the Chinese Worldcon and the passing of the last First Fan top out our roundup of the past week’s most popular posts
For real nuclear apocalyptic horror, the BBC’s The War Game documentary takes the cake.
Something bizarre has come to Los Angeles – men are dying and women are disappearing. Vulnerable and unprepared, Kat ventures out into the unknown.
The other day I read a post (not naming names because this is not directed at that post. It was merely the catalyst) that was discussing the general length of “successful” science fiction, coming down […]
Mostly, probably due to an increase in watching slasher flicks as Halloween approaches, Genre penetration of both film and television shows has increased nearly four-fold over the past several months. In film 80 percent genre […]
Light years from home, floating aimlessly through space, Flight Engineer Matthew Spencer and his crew battle isolation and despair aboard a failing escape pod.