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Vox by Christina Dalcher Review

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Vox is easily defined as a more modern take on The Handmaid's Tale

A SAD FAREWELL and SEPT/OCT F&SF REVIEW

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This week Steve says a painful farewell to a special fan, and reviews the current (Sept./Oct.) issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Please take a look!

Review: THE WITCH OF ZAL by Kerry Gans

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THE WITCH OF ZAL by Kerry Gans is a book of two journeys. One taken by a heroine traveling to a magical land, and one taken by the readers who experience a re-imagined classic.

Can you Hear Me, Major Tom?: The Death of David Bowie

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Ziggy Stardust has gone back to Mars. Major Tom can't hear us anymore.

Review: Rollerball Blu-ray (Twilight Time edition)

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Post fall of communism, with governments subservient to corporate paymasters, Rollerball seems like a much greater, more prescient, film now than the one I originally saw back in 1976. Today Rollerball surely stands as one of the most underrated films of the 1970s and one of the most thought-provoking and rewarding SF films ever made.

What I’ve Really Learned from Science Fiction

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What have you learned from science fiction? Travis shares his own lessons.

Review of 1984 – Theatre

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A new take on an old Classic, this presentation of 1984 is double-plus good!

BOOK REVIEW: The Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol....

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Does Macy's tell Gimbels? This week a review of the upcoming "Very Best of Fantasy & Science Fiction Vol. 2"

The Club House 2/21/14

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Reviews of recently published fanzines and thoughts on thought police.

Living in a Glass House

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Welcome internet traveler. I will be stockpiling neatly organized bits into a collective known as a blog along this portion of your journey. Do...

In the Beginning…

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Memorable first lines can not only make-or-break a story, these quick literary introductions can become just as iconic as the entire body of work.

Doctor Who and the Strange Victorians

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Fantasy, Horror and Science Fiction can exist in the real world, or create hermetic worlds of their own. Which is to say genre fiction...