If you’re too stuffed to write, we understand. If, on the other hand, the muse strikes, try this exercise.
It’s Christmas in July – in January!
whether you are Christian, Jew, Muslim, Pagan, or Atheist — I hope you will not take it amiss that I wish you all a little bit of magic in your homes at this time and throughout the coming year
Indiegogo campaign for truly insane gorefest
Well, he did seem to get along with those Martian kids pretty well….
It’s almost Christmas, so what better way to enjoy the holidays than sitting by the fire and checking out Adam Roberts book I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas.
A review of some Seasonal fiction.
Gary Dalkin reviews an unusual Jenna Louise Coleman set of performances – The Time of the Doctor back-to-back (ion the BBC) with Death Comes To Pemberley
Felicity Savage recommends some SFF classics for your reading pleasure on Christmas.
Astrid gathers together a wide ranging and truly eye-opening collection of artistic expressions of Christmas – pensive, acerbic, ironic, humorous and haunting.
J. Simpson has a different view of how we all ought to celebrate Christmas….
You may have heard of the famous Japanese directors Akira Kurosawa and Hayao Miyazaki. You should have heard of Satoshi Kon – and now you will….
J. Simpson enlightens us regarding an old and odd British Christmas tradition – the telling of ghost stories,
Horror for the Holidays! Unsung flicks that may (not) be suitable for yuletide watching!