There have been an awful lot of things falling from the skies this last month from Chinese spy balloons to Unidentified Flying Objects to falling asteroids and comets. So what are we to make of […]
This Anthology is a collection of 50 speculative fiction stories chosen from 1969 to 2019 by Gail Jamieson, long-time editor of the SFFSA clubzine, PROBE, and Gary Kuyper, multiple winners of the Nova competition and […]
Terrified by a war that has no place in the 21st century, the interest in Ukrainian history and culture has risen, including science fiction and fantasy. Writer Volodymyr Arenev and literary critic Mykhailo Nazarenko recently […]
Elevating the story of Pedro Paulet, space pioneer
Diversity can and should also include different story forms and themes drawn from diverse traditions
A message from SFWA’s President, Mary Robinette Kowal: Last year, a member came to SFWA’s Grievance Committee with a problem, which on the surface sounds simple and resolvable. He had written novels and was not […]
Nalo Hopkinson is SFWA’s newest Grand Master
Interstellar anticipated 40 years previously by Colombian author Antonio Mora Vélez
Veronica Scott releases her latest SF Romance – Colony Under Siege: Interstellar Plague
An interview with Japanese author Taiyo Fujii, focusing on the Covid-19 Pandemic
Puppy wannabes are back with their own special take on the George Floyd protests
We know that the dish ran away with the spoon, but who knows what untold, breathtaking adventures they had
“Emergency Library” creates an emergency of infringement.
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Years from now we’ll discover that there is ice everywhere in the solar system
Our theme this week is a shout out to the non-author creatives we collaborate with, or who enrich our lives. I’m going to keep my focus on the author sphere of my life and mention […]
DepositPhoto This week at the SFF Seven, we’re asking: How do you decide your world’s structure of authority and/or governance? The first thing to remember about me is that I imprinted on Andre Norton […]
It’s called Panspermia and it’s not a new theory
RuPaul’s Drag Race is canon in the Marvel universe…
Are you a “Groundhog Day” writer?
Hanukah socks help astronaut Jessica Meier get into the holiday spirit
.Brilliance of Decade a Than More Offers Backwards Reading Crowley’s John .excerpt this for begged headline The Sorry.
It’s a part-time job.
Nine scary tales but like all things that go bump in the night some were chilling and some heartbreaking and some, well some too close to reality.
With a world in complete chaos new heroes must arise from the ashes that were once humanity.
Thalass and Naiad do the Dance of Avoidance
Most distant solar system object has a new name
Welcome to the infamous interstellar shopping extravaganza of the Trade Pact known as Plexis Supermarket! in an anthology edited by one of our magazine contributors, Julie Czerneda
In this final volume of his epic fantasy trilogy, Cole brings us a story that simultaneously celebrates the elements of grimdark fiction that were a staple of fantasy in the early 2000s, while also working to interrogate them rigorously.
Boy will they be surprised when they discover that the universe isn’t curved – it’s a Moebius Strip!