Captain Future; female heroes in space; three black holes colliding; FTL being taken seriously, Dan Simmons screed; Elon Musk builds a silo; Kay Tarrant, George Lucas, Greta Thunberg, Boston Dynamics, Spider-Man and, believe it or not – more!
SPECIAL NOTE: I submitted Filk lyrics to File 770 for a Pixel Scroll title; Editor Glyer rejected it for that purpose but encouraged me to put it in the comments, so here’s the link, and […]
Two reviews in one as Gary Dalkin takes us in to the worlds of horror and the weird and reviews a novella and a short story collection by James Everington.
Gary Dalkin interviews a new master of Horror, author of The Other Room, Falling Over and The Shelter.
An updated review of a seminal and influential anthology – The Space Opera Renaissance
This book kicks posterior. It’s a wild turbo-boosted ride through a shockingly plausible dystopia.
I’m not talking about the salt vampire of Star Trek or anything so literal. I’m talking about vampires in the sense that they fill fantasy and horror in a continuing and ubiquitous fashion despite being […]
After a series of interviews with self-published authors, I thought I would interview a reader. Or rather, three of them, Sanford Begley, Joseph Capdepon II, and Jack William Finley. (Jack is also a writer.) They […]
After the last few S&S works of the early 1940s, such as “Dragon Moon” by Henry Kuttner and the short-lived Unknown, Sword & Sorcery lost steam. With Robert E. Howard dead for five or more […]
Talk Somewhere around the mid-1980s, science fiction novels (less so short fiction) became filled with talk. I think this has to do with the appearance of word processing, but it also has something to do […]