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Bruce Sterling's new novel showcases the theme of doing "great" things in the name of progress, regardless of whatever collateral damage is caused.
In this week's viewing: Magical Girl Raising Project picks up the killing pace, Izetta collects on a death marker, and more!
The Emperor's Men: Arrival by Dirk van den Boom gives us a good concept, but it fails somewhat in the execution.
In this week's viewing: Magical Girl Raising Project starts resolving into factions, BBK/BRNK shuffles its alliances again, and more!
Have you ever noticed how many time travel stories there are about ships being transported backwards or forwards? Have you ever wondered why?
a character who helps people after their death to transcend the human body and migrate their souls
In this week's viewing: Cutting the lineup to five shows for the rest of the season is tougher than ever!
If you like weird, absurd, meta fiction, then check out King of the Worlds, but if that isn't your cup of tea...
Counterfactual history is the scholarly cousin of alternate history. Instead of telling stories set in alternate timelines, counterfactual histories use what ifs to teach...
An overview of some of the recent works of Michael Martinez.
A mediocre-looking season can deliver some great surprises: Izetta, Magical Girl Raising Project and more.
A look at what's coming your way from the anime world in October.
S. M. Stirling is taking the Emberverse down a dark and disturbing road, and reviewer Matt Mitrovich thinks the long-running series will be the better for it.
Tales From Alternate Earths is an impressive collection of indie alternate history that you should be reading.
101 Stumbles in the March of History is an entertaining volume of essays on what the world would have looked like if certain historical mistakes had not happened.
Greenwode, Shirewode, and Winterwode by J. Tullos Hennig take readers back to the medieval period, retelling the familiar tale of Robin Hood with just enough twists to give the age-old legend a fresh new perspective.
Can Michael J. Martinez' MJ-12: Inception live up to the quality of his previous book, The Daedalus Crisis?
In her new book Breath of Earth, Beth Cato finds a way to create an entertaining alternate history centred on the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
Matt Mitroch reviews the short story "Discards" by David D. Levine, part of George RR Martin's Wild Cards shared universe.
Are you interested in a steampunk romance novel? If so, Matt Mitrovich can recommend The Brass Giant.
Matt Mitrovich gives mini-reviews of some of the short stories nominated for the Sideways Awards for Alternate History.
Now that summer is winding down a bit, it's time to start stocking up for winter reading - or - you're TBR pile is just not tall enough!
Golems, Kabbalists and NAZI Germany collide in The Book of Esther
Steven H on Alternate History on WNPR tomorrow.
In this week's viewing: A possibly lucky thirteen premieres!
Napoleon Bonaparte once famously said "history is a set of lies agreed upon;"
This year's alternate history award nominees
Bombs Away by Harry Turtledove was a good, if flawed, book. That being said, how does its sequel, Fallout, hold up to the original? Our story...
Most nuclear war stories usually involve a quick and devastating war where we then follow civilians trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. In Bombs Away, however....
The age of the light novel adaptation has passed and the age of the video game adaptation is upon us. Plus a few other shows coming our way very soon...