Review of an illustrated novel with three authors
Celebrating Ray Bradbury’s Centennial
A review of the collection by Chilean author Jorge Alberto Collao that asks – Can we laugh in the silence of the cosmos?
Cosmos by Carl Sagan is a fine companion to the hard copy and an even better introduction for those new to this informative examination of our universe.
If you like weird, absurd, meta fiction, then check out King of the Worlds, but if that isn’t your cup of tea…
Marcher is Chris Beckett’s second novel, now making its UK debut in a significantly revised edition from Newcon Press. When his first novel to be published in the UK, Dark Eden (2012), won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Chris Beckett seemed to many to have come out of nowhere. In-fact the author had been steadily publishing short stories since the beginning of the 1990s and his first book, The Turing Test (2008 – Elastic Press), had won the Edgehill Prize, the UK’s only national award for single-author short story collections…
Fabien explains our March scribblings for reader of the language of love.
A look at the introductory episode of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson premeires tomorrow
I learned of this comic book style rendering of Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot soliloquy from The Huffingtonpost. I immediately got in touch with its creator – Gavin Aung Than to ask permission to reprint it here. Like his art, Gavin is a class act and he graciously granted permission. Gavin produces inspirational comics on […]