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Other than Aliens, is there anything more science-fictional than spaceships?

First Fandom Experience Announces Kickstarter & New Content

If you are a fan, the First Fandom Experience should be your First Fannish Experience

Is NASA ignoring proof of Martian life from the 1970s?

There's life on Mars and it's already been detected and proven

Research Was My Key to Writing the Fight Scenes

It's a knife fight in the world of science fiction romance!

SPACE: Three Black Holes Are About to Collide

Three black holes...click, click, click

2019 Sidewise Awards Announced

This year's Sidewise Awards for Alternate History Announced

Autumnal Book Guide: 16 Best Fall 2019 Reads

Den of Geek recommends a handful of new books for your fall reading pleasure

The Tiptree Award is now the Otherwise Award

The Tiptree is now the Otherwise: for detail, click on the links

7 Things to Avoid When Trying to Meet a Writing Deadline

THE list of things you MUST avoid if you want to finish a project on time

DUST Horizons Trailer | A Sci-Fi Audio Drama Series

Dust unveils audio stories

Les articles populaires de septembre

Our most popular posts, rendered in Francais

Clay McLeod Chapman’s top 5 horror film remakes

What makes a good remake? Opinions vary...

TIME MACHINE: 10-13-19

Dune, Science Fiction (what else?) Aliens, spooks, wizards and posters!


European Dick Festival; Sunburst awards, Crime Fiction awards, CanSMOF scholarships, GUFF nominations, and, oh yeah, a couple of Nobels....

AMAZING NEWS: 10-13-19

Unresponsive Police bots, space walking cosmonauts, Saturn ascendant, cheese is addictive and lots more

The World’s Second (and Third) Science Fiction Magazines

Amazing's bankruptcy immediately spawned two new science fiction magazines

What Makes You Think Your Idea’s Even Worth Stealing?

Is "idea theft" a real thing and, if so, is it worth doing the time when you're caught?

New Releases in Science Fiction/Fantasy/Paranormal Romance for OCT 9

Hurry - these have been on the stands for three days now - don 't miss 'em!

Sci-Fi Short Film “Box 616” | A DUST Exclusive | 2K

Was anyone whispering "Pandora" in their ear?

Science Fantasy in SPAAAACE: K Eason’s How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse

How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multivers takes a classic fantasy script—of a royal daughter being given gifts by Faeries and the consequences thereof–and upends it right from the get go

Pets in Space 4 Authors Talk About Cats, Dogs & Otherworldly Creatures

Pets in Space is always a good thing, and now, this post has been updated with some cool "space pet" illustrations!

What Trends Do I See Coming in #SciFi Romance?

Reverse Harems seem to be a fading plot, while "bully academies" are trending; what else will be happening with future romance?

The Adventure of the Dux Bellorum by Cynthia Ward: Book Review

Lucy Harker is the secret daughter of Dracula. As a dhampir, she uses her powers in service of the British Empire

DEREK FLINT RETURNS! (But only in this column….)

In this slightly revised version of his 85th column, Steve revisits an old cinematic friend, and the best spy who ever broke out of the cold! All he can say is “ZOWIE!”

Vaping-related lung damage resembles mustard gas injuries

The myriad of vaping products, both legal and illegal, makes it difficult to know what's going on. Considering that doctors have been recommending e-cigs as a way to quit smoking, they need to get a handle on this quickly.

Early Works: Space Dragon and Starfire

Almost sharing early developmental works is something most authors will do; sharing the actual work? Not.

New “Picard” Trailer, and a Release Date

Star Trek: Picard. (Just wondering when we're going to see Star Trek: Kirk, or Star Trek: Sisko, or even - my vote - Star Trek: McCoy

Anime roundup 10/10/2019: Thinking With Portals

In this week's viewing: Fall premieres go to a lot of fantasy worlds, and more!