Science Fiction's great French authors of the 50s and 60s
In this week's viewing: The Ones Within examines family matters, Granbelm explains another motivation, and more!
Finding Romance in Science Fiction - there's no eHarmony for that!
Painting with the values between 0 and 1
Every con has a name badge, and most of them are well designed, like a little piece of art. Badge collecting is a great way to save convention memories
Carlos Duarte Cano talks about science fiction, writing, editing, and his interests.
Ted Hughes original tale is worth the read.
In this week's viewing: The last of the July premieres is happening in August somehow, and finally the full lineup all at once!
It reminds me of watching the Incredible Hulk when I was growing up. Bill Bixby was awesome, but I wanted to see a green-painted Lou Ferrigno tearing stuff up
In this week's viewing: Active Raid gets a lot of entertainment out of a stupid villain, ERASED gets it from a less-than-intelligent hero, and more!
Celebrations of Afrofuturism are coming into their own; K. Ceres Wright attends Blacktasticon 2018
Another enhanced-radiation warhead exploded nearby, filling half the screen with a nebula-like cloud of light and debris. Botticelli Station squeezed out some more angular acceleration. The bulkheads creaked and Elfrida struggled to breathe as the G-force pressed her into her couch.
Amazing Stories TV Show Coming March 6
A review and analysis of Underbreak, the latest novel by Ecuadorian author Cristián Proaño Londoño
Those difficult teen years. A time when you have no money, power or influence, and have to spend your day going to school without...
In this week's viewing: Victims keep lining up for Talentless Nana, Yashahime has a high body count for a show aimed at the younger set, Jujutsu Kaisen makes good on last week's promise, and more!
I think this is pretty cool. A company with plans to mine asteroid, Planetary Resources, Inc., has just announced that they're putting a telescope...
In this week's viewing: Hozuki's Coolheadedness and Kino's Journey make with the flashbacks, Guru-Guru gets stuck, and more!
A quick rundown of what the new year will bring us in anime.
Monochromatic painting has been part of the avante garde since the end of the 19th century, but science fiction and fantasy artists use monochromatic painting techniques to a great effect.
In this week's viewing: Space Brothers gets drop-kicked, Day Break Illusion causes a lecture on honorifics, and more!
In this week's viewing: The heavyweight of the season finally turns up, Demon Slayer provides a conveniently timed excuse to discuss calendars, and more!
Pull the blinds and turn off the phone, it’s time to head to the Game Room and lock in on some hardcore meta-gaming action. ...
Mexican author Gerardo Horacio Porcayo's novel, Back to the Skin, evokes Well's Island of Doctor Moreau.
A new novel "After the End" by Juan Carlos Fernández to be presented January 4 and the Museum of Fine Arts in Bilbao and in Tabakalera will present The unknown, Cinema and science
Moriremos por fuego amigo, a collection of essays on Spanish science fiction and its fandom by Juan Manuel Santiago; and a conference on the educational value of science fiction in Barcelona
New releases in SF Romance from Grace Goodwin, Elsa Jade, Sabine Priestley, Veronica Scott and Aurora Springer
Peter F. Hamilton is one of Britain's best-selling SF authors. Hamilton's novels hark back to the great days of science fiction, reveling in big ideas and unafraid to tackle hard science.
Pimp My Airship by Maurice Broaddus tells a beautiful story filled with mystery and wonder and just enough Steampunk elements to satisfy the hardened fan.