A review of a new release by a controversial author.
Cat Rambo addresses the perils inherent in making near-future SFnal "predictions".
Fandom and Food in book form. That's like, a good match for the holidays!
I asked my fellow authors to share a little about what inspired their story for this year’s anthology, as well as giving us a peek at their To Be Read List and what they’ll be up to next
Meet the authors of the Alien Warrior Academy series
Interview with the authors of the Intergalactic Dating Agency
A review of the stories, poems and interview in the latest issue of Pulp Literature magazine
The rabbit analogy works because there are a zillion plot bunnies, an author can really “go down a rabbit hole”
New issue out soon
Continuing thoughts on the SF Canon discussion, other voices heard from.
Don’t be afraid to get a little scary now and then.
On the changing of the naming of things
What do you feel is our ethical responsibility to our abuse survivors?
Hey, a place to sell your essays!
Samuel R. Delany will deliver the 2020 Windham-Campbell lecture
Congratulations to R. Graeme Cameron for his Aurora win. Here, he fills us in on what it was like to attend When Worlds Collide
If you want to help recruit new genre readers to the fold, recommendations on what to read should be more than casual mentions
What do you call your favorite SF tropes?
Online conference this weekend includes a panel about Amaxzing Stories with Publisher Steve Davidson, EIC Ira Nayman, Asst. Editor Liz Hirst and Artistic Director Kermit Woodall
What's a rule of your world established in a previous book that complicated things for you in a later book?"
Larry Niven and his Known Space tales have had a far-ranging impact on many aspects of the genre.
...for now the few notes and words there are reside in that bulging, never opened “Note for Stories” folder in the old beige file cabinet.
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New rule allows for registration of multiple short works
Ira Nayman, Amazing's editor, chimes in with thoughts from F&SF, Clarkesworld, Uncanny and others
Check it out: Amazing Stories was consulted....
Study wants to look at how advances are distributed in the industry