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Map’s Edge is an entertaining fantasy novel and will definitely sooth the appetite of lovers of the genre who are looking for an adventurous and fast moving story.
An excellent read, Mindstorm: Parlay at Ologo brings humor in the midst of drama, and passion in the midst of prejudice.
Diane serves up a reminder that if we had listened to the critics, we might never have had had LoTR to read, let alone a bio-pic to watch
The inside skinny on being a fantasy artist
An online science fiction convention
Still confused about black holes? Give this a gander.
Brazil's National Museum fire was devestating.
Diane talks with James Scott about his heroine, Holly, and the award winning Electric Woman series.
An interview with the author of The Conversationalist, Clay Gilbert.
Not sure why “the fans” aren't raving,(I bet they are) but I’m telling all my friends they should go see Solo: A Star Wars Story.
We've built machines to do just about everything. Are we now building ones to do our thinking?
There are so many different takes on Science Fiction.
Suzanne Hagelin, the author of Body Suit, asked this question: "Exactly how WOULD computers behave if they became sentinent?"
VR technology is not only wowing viewers, its also providing the background for new story ideas
An interview with Award-Winning Indie SF Author, Todd Yunker, author of Shackleton's Folly
I discover most of my science in the literature and movie industry. Being an artist, I recognize Leonardo di Vinci as one of the...
Everyone is haunted by a wildness that threatens...no one dares to talk about it aloud lest they acknowledge it and make their own inner horrors come true.
A bit of fantasy in a science fiction setting.
Earthworms on Mars!
the interview with Swiss author and artist Christian Kallias continues.
Author, artist, techie - is there anything Christian Kallias can't do?
Rumors are that Amazing Stories is counting down until lift off should give fantasy writers something to think about.
Voice actor Brad Wills talks about his craft and how he came to narrate books.
Open your heart to a fantasy tale, ones like your mother told you when you were still small.
Young adult genre fiction can help teens negotiate the transition from youth to adult by dealing with the difficulties of life om a realistic, but positive way.
"My task, which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel—it...
We've had cyberpunk and steampunk. Is the next big thing...wood punk?
Audio books may not make print obsolete, but they are a growing market that independent authors should consider.
Stan Faryna is an author, online strategist, entrepreneur, gamer, and unaccomplished gardener. He's worked in think tanks, seen the Dead Sea Scrolls and the...
As conditions in the world appear to get more and more dire, portal fantasies become more and more inviting.