The Long Sunset by Jack McDevitt continues the author’s long-standing prominence in influential works of science fiction.
Embrace the Yellow!
The Hugos are not the only awards given out at Worldcon. Celebrate the winners of the Chesley Awards.
Visit the Moon, then go out and play in the sunshine
If you missed Loncon3, here’s your chance to catch up!
A con report on the biggest Worldcon ever. So bit that Jane’s report needs three parts. Here’s part one.
We ALL love spaceships don’t we? Even if they aren’t real.
The Hugo awards for Professional Artist, from 1980 through 1992, were dominated by artist Michael Whelan (Jim Burns won once during those years, in 1987). The rest of the decade, 1993 -1999, Whelan took turns with Jim Burns (1995) and Don Maitz (1993) before largely ceding the floor to Bob Eggleton in 1994 . . […]
IlluxCon is the best convention dedicated to sf/f Art in the world, today
One of the things that the best science fiction does is to evoke a sense of wonder in its readers. The best science fiction should open our eyes to possibilities and make us think about our place in the universe, in space or in time.
When people think about science fiction the first thing they usually visualize are spaceships (or green skinned women in shiny bikinis, but that may just be me). The spaceship has been a ubiquitous part of SF since the beginning and depicting such a thing has been a challenge that many artists have tackled with varying […]