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A limited time free download of NYRSF's special David G. Hartwell Memorial Issue
Steve travels back to his roots,
"Personally, as a reader, I don’t much like being obviously experimented upon."
A review and commentary on Richard E. Geis' SF Review
Astronauts Ed White and Roger Chaffee were American heroes destined to go to the Moon. Unfortunately, neither of them made it.
A guest post on the wonder of living in a science fiction world.
A review of the 'sequel' to The Company They Keep, the Inklings and creative collaboration.
David Bowie had impact far beyond Space Oddity.
NASA’s “Failure is not an option” started after the Apollo 1 fire. Too late for Gus Grissom.
Some thoughts on the passing of David G. Hartwell
It's MLK Day
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
Spaceships landing the way they should! Welcome to the science fiction future.
Learn a little something about fandom, fanhistory and yourself with this fun survey of fannish knowledge.
Paul Di Filippo uncovers Life's Barnum of the Space Age
One suggestion for a better way to come up with "Top 100" lists of science fiction.
A take on Tolkein, a bit of Ellison and Hannes Bok illos!
I happened upon a resource that made it fairly easy to gather up a bunch (perhaps all) of the registration numbers for Hugo Gernsback's...
Marc Soulier, french SF author of Rainbow Warriors and space opera, dead at 56
Change. Sometimes you can't even paint your way through it.
Astronomer's discover our 'solar sibling', a star born at the same time, and out of the same nebula, as our own.
Today we reveal "The Fannish Charter of Egoboo"
Gideon Smith, Aloysius Bent, Rowena Fanshaw, Bell of the Airways and Maria the Mechanical Girl are back, and boy have they got their hands full!
Trek fandom was rejected by Trufandom. It must be true, I read it on the internet.
Jamie Todd Rubin takes a side trip during his Vacation in the Golden Age
All of our 1941 Retro Hugo Award posts are indexed on one page for easy access. In 1940 there was NO television. Note. This doesn't...
Steve is a big F too!
Numerous authors related the impact that Star Trek had on the science fiction genre - and themselves - on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.
Ooooo - science fiction pulp cover art! The cover artists of 1940!
A list of eligible authors.