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Exploring the fictional Professor Bernard Quatermass, whose experiments lie (as Rod Serling says) “between the pit of man’s fears, and the summit of his knowledge”! Go get some!

MAGAZINE REVIEW: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Mar./Apr. 2018

This week, Steve jumps headlong into a review of the current (Mar/April 2018) Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction! Can it really be that good after all these years? You betcha!

Hawking y la ciencia ficción

Dr. Stephen Hawking and Science fiction: "I read a lot of science fiction when I was a teenager..."

Reseña de Libro: Los Jinetes del Recuerdo de Antonio Mora Vélez

A review of Los Jinetes del Recuerdo, a collection of science fiction poems by Antonio Mora Vélez.

“Sancho Panza en América” de Alfonso Barrera Valverde: un viaje fantástico

"Don Quixote (is) symbolic, that sublime embodiment of truth and virtue in cartoon form." Alfonso Barrera Valverde's Sancho Panza in America.

Reread: Ancient Shores by Jack McDevitt

Ancient Shores is a fast paced tale of discovery and fear and the social struggles an advanced technology can have on civilization when it is dropped in our laps.

The Big Bang Theory Recap: Season 8, Episode 14: The...

Amy gives Sheldon a bath while Dr. Stephen Hawking trolls Leonard & Sheldon on the internet

What is Wrong With You People?

Science fiction's worst nightmares come true

Proof Science Fiction is Real

Forget UFOs. Science Fiction IS REAL.

Do Black Holes Really Exist?

Black Holes are probably here to stay, says our resident investigator of quasars

Asni’s Art Blog: The Concept of Time

January, named for the two-headed god Janus - who looks back to the past and forward to the future, is an excellent time to explore expressions of time in fantastic art

A Matter of Fact – Getting it Right

There may be nothing worse than reading a science fiction story only to discover the author ignored the important element of plausibility. Just because the work is fiction, it does not give one the artistic license to shirk on the facts. So, where can authors go to get it right?

Review: Starship Century

Starship Century is a book that needs to be read. It is a sad state of affairs when we need to be discussing the importance of space exploration. Yet here we are, pleading to the masses for what should be the obvious. Why go to the stars? – Because if we don’t, who will?