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Dunkirk is a movie about real life heroes that everybody should see.
The trials and tribulations of art for art's sake.
How to pick a winner....
Technology breeds independence.
If it weren't for the Internet, it's likely self published authors wouldn't be common. And because of the Internet, Indie authors and small presses...
Travis Heerman, world traveler, adventurer and author
Kim Mutch Emerson is founder of the small press Master Koda Select, and an author of dystopian SF
Several Amazing Stories contributors are planning on attending...
What if zombies didn't move...until you weren't looking at them?
Three different takes on one movie in one review
Duane Wilkins is selling off some really fine works to meet medical expenses.
An interview with the author of Mndstorm: Parlay at Ologo
A talk with the costume designer for a film based on the author's work
What we learn from the Philae lander about comet 67P will alter the course of science fiction.
In my tongue-in-cheek vampire romance I'm working on I had to help one of my characters find the secret to immortality.
A guest post on science and science fiction by author V.L. Jennings
When it comes to zombies, the natural world has got fiction beat
A review of Georgia Clark's second young adult novel - Parched
A preview of the upcoming film Dracula Untold
Teenaged heart throbs abound in The Maze Runner
Society would do well to heed science fiction's prophetic visions.
To 3D or Not to 3D...whether tis nobler in the mind of the audience to suffer the rollercoaster of special effects or to take arms in service of story, THAT IS the question.
The Giver, both the film and the book, deserve more attention than they've been getting.
Anticipation is high as we quickly approach the season opener!
Stumbling upon Wayne Haag from Sydney Australia, an amazing artist
Fantasy art is everywhere, including infiltrating the ranks of oils, the medium of the masters.
Sometimes...sometimes the movie is actually better than the book. The Hunger Games' Mockingjay trailer suggests we may be seeing one of those rare times when this is so.
Introducing a new kind of writer's conference!
Ahhh, the writer's life! Ruminating on timeless mysteries, exploring the infinite and....wrestling with technology.
Dianne wrestles with the age old question: what is science fiction...and what is fantasy?