Need some good reading to distract you from the heat, the forest fires, the pandemic? How about a pandemic anthology? How about the July-August issue of the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction? Go for it!
This week Steve stays put in space and time, reviewing the May/June Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF). The stories in the issue, however, range all over space and time!
Worlds Without End – an excellent resource for fans of science fiction
A quick run-down on how members of the genre community can use Amazing Stories’ resources to their own advantage.
An update on happenings at Amazing Stories
Commentary on the internet trolling that has become the Goodreads comment section.
Short Fiction Reviews – Zillions of ‘Em – On Tangent Online
The 80s were and always will be such a blur to me. It wasn’t the excessive cocaine use, blinding neon colors, or the advent of Wham!’s Wake Me up Before You Go Go. No, it was the fact that I spent all of my earliest years in them, along with my four turtle friends. I […]
In Star Trek / Doctor Who: Assimilation Squared, we are treated with probably the most accurate comic representations of both TNG and Matt Smith era Doctor Who.
I won’t say it’s the best SF film I’ve seen lately—it’s certainly one of the best-looking, however; but it’s deserving of a second look if you’ve been hoping for a moderately good science fiction film to watch this summer.
I think one of the biggest mistakes that authors make with regards to marketing is spending huge amounts of time that will produce very few results. This is usually a byproduct of being excited that a new book has just been released and wanting to get the word out. Here’s a typical scenario: Book is […]
One of the primary benefits of reviewing books on a blog is that people will work hard to get you to give their book a chance. Now if you have a big publisher behind you, the stress of marketing is lessened by their salaried employees whose job it is to contact their list of book […]
Used bookstores are veritable treasure troves, as I’m sure many Amazing Stories readers will agree. Digging through the shelves and piles of every type of book imaginable is a bibliophile’s dream especially when it doesn’t break the bank. But used bookstores here in the States are not well known for stocking a wide variety of […]
Readers tend to gain most from reviews while writers tend to live more by opinion. That ugly thin line between the two is where fan compassion blurs with confusion.