The first issue of Amazing Stories for 1927 features writing by, among others, Murray Leinster and H. G. Wells, as well as the magazine’s first…letters column!
Ever wondered what the characters in Shakespeare’s fantastic plays did outside those plays? Monstrous Little Voices, a collection of five interlocking short stories, should give you some idea.
Each of these stories has a simple conflict that builds to a satisfying resolution, with just enough detail to make the reader believe…
It seems that all good fantasy artists head for Hollywood
This week, Steve shares his love of 3D. How do YOU feel about 3D?
Scide Splitters reviews a story collection by one of science fiction and fantasy’s most prolific authors of short form humorous fiction.
Steve reviews a book and a movie that he enjoyed.
Steve reviews Gardner Dozois’s marvelous 31st Annual Year’s Best SF!
Notable and award winning authors talk about what’s on their science fiction reading list.
Thursday Next, the plucky female lead character of The Eyre Affair, is a literary detective in an alternate 1985 England.
Imaginings Volume: 6 – Feast and Famine is a collection of ten short stories by the British writer Adrian Tchaikovsky, best known for the nine-volume (and counting) fantasy series, Shadows of the Apt, published by Tor.
The book is like those rare courses some of us are lucky enough to take–the ones you don’t want to end.
The genre of science fiction followed Thomas Jefferson’s famous quote “I cannot live without books” by almost a century, but what does the rest of his message mean to today’s fandom?
This week some in the world are celebrating the birth/death of the Bard of Avon also known as William Shakespeare. Shakespeare as you might have heard was a well-known English playwright and poet. Curiously enough his birthday matches exactly with the date of his death April 23. Born in 1564 to humble beginnings in the […]
The word Science Fiction is recognizable to the average fan, but the definition can be indistinguishable from other genre and cause confusion. Perhaps from the standpoint of the fandom, this vague categorization is by design and allows readers to broaden their focus.