Experimenter Publishing Announces Launch of Amazing Selects with Allen Steele’s Captain Future in Love
Allen Steele's Captain Future in Love launches Amazing Selects novella-length series
Get ready! After far too long a wait, the first five (of 6) episodes produced for the reboot of Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories television show (the name licensed from this magazine!) is scheduled to debut...
it could very well be the case that exposure to dogs had some benefit for the children's developing immune systems.
A desperate widow in need of a helping hand… even a cybernetic one.
If you're a fan of cats who exist as a probability cloud, this stuff is for you
The AI revolution was supposed to set us free. But a powerful elite used it to seize total control.
In the near future a young woman becomes a sleepworker
The Odyssey site, www.odysseyworkshop.org, provides information about Odyssey’s workshop, online classes, webinars, critique service, consultations, coaching, and many free resources
In City of Stone and Silence, Wexler continues to interrogate what power does and can do for people who are unused to having it, and given an opportunity to step up
Once you’ve read the story you may well conclude it is a tad tabloidy and nowhere near the essential sanity and dignity of an actor’s private life. Wrong!
While some women experience pregnancy and childbirth as joyful, natural and fulfilling, others find themselves recoiling in horror at the physical demands
In this weeks viewing: All the winter premieres fit to watch! (...and one or two that aren't.)
Romance. It's not just a thing, it's an institution!
If you’re looking for a high-octane post-apocalyptic novel, look elsewhere, as this gives us something else entirely. It’s a slice-of-life at the end of the world
A nanoparticle influenza vaccine developed at Georgia State University proved effective in mice
Laura Elena Cáceres presented a review of a science fiction and fantasy book by author of Monterrey Nuevo León at the Monterrey International Book Fair.
Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series is a long story about home—the ones we’re born into and the ones we find or build—but with each new installment a second parallel theme has grown in importance: identity.