A case of mistaken identity could lead to love for an aloof starship captain and a brilliant if underappreciated mechanic from the sticks—if they can survive the dangerous mission assigned to them.
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Rediscovery: Science Fiction by Women is a reminder that we all need to take a step back and appreciate the talents that paved the way.
he sidekick is often the one person who sees the “real” hero. The more far-future and fantastic the world becomes, the more essential this kind of character is.
The editors realize that, this being your publication, you, the reader, have certain ideas, not only about this publication, but about scientifiction as well.
if you want giant wide screen space opera with interesting technology and extrapolations of the implications of same, Hamilton is one of the guiding lights
The reigning Best New Writer turns in a Star Wars novel
Allen Steele's Captain Future in Love launches Amazing Selects novella-length series
In this week's viewing: Dr. Stone's villains find an unpleasant way to fight, Kemono Michi is just unpleasant, and more!
EC.O 2019 Day schedule of events
The two biggest draws for the first book in Shah’s new series are setting and characters. Shah is a remarkable worldbuilder, with a keen sense of when and how much information to parcel out. Underwater London is both familiar and fantastical
The divide between human and canine is narrowed in the novel What’s Bred in the Bone. As author Jan S. Gephardt rewrites the definition of a hero.
Power is a helluva thing. Those who have it will do anything to keep it, and those who want it will do everything to take it.
An interview with the creator of When Sci Fi Got It (Mostly) Right.
Last year, Brandon Sanderson launched readers into a new world with Skyward, the story of Spensa (callsign: Spin), M-Bot, and the Defiant Defense Force (DDF). On November 26, everyone will have the chance to find out where the next stage of Spensa’s journey will take us in the highly anticipated sequel, Starsight.
A review of Iron Sky's sequel - The Coming Race.
In this dark science fiction thriller, a young woman must confront her past so the human race will have a future.
In this week's viewing: Special 7 reveals unexpected connections, Welcome to Demon School puts its long-term plans in full view, and more!
Queer SF launches #OwnVoices, featuring authors who don't always get the attention the ought to, kicking off with lesbain authors and characters in speculative fiction/
Hispacon 2019's preliminary schedule and guidelines for submitting to the 35th Pumpkins in the Storeroom
Orbit announces the acquisition of Alex White's newest space opera
If this happens, The Lady Astronaut series will suddenly become historically incorrect....
There's about four months worth of reading packed into this survey, so you all better get to reading!
Amazing Stories' publisher Steve Davidson honored on Walter Day Science Fiction Historical Trading Card
In this redo of his fifth column from 2013, Steve talks about visiting Butler, Missouri, the town where Robert A. Heinlein was born. Are they proud of him? Heck, yes!
Twenty-nine underwater cities dot the world’s continental coastal shelves, along with hundreds of deep-sea mining and research facilities. Ten million people live beneath the sea
It's been 121 years since Wells unleashed the Martian invasion on us, and 81 years since Orson Welles made us take to the streets in panic.
In this week's viewing: No Guns Life raises questions, Special 7 raises even more questions, Amazon Video leaves us all scratching our heads, and more!
A prison riot on the Moon. Don't need to say much more.
Cephalopods build alliances and research their past, Jewish shapeshifters speak to extraterrestrial planetminds, and Hungarian horse archers summon ancient terrors.