"Science Fiction" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Sci-Fi GeneThe Sci-Fi Gene

Part research institute, part support group for those who, like me, enjoy t...

 
La Vie de RoseLa Vie de Rose

The non-adventures of an East Coast girl in the American South

 
Jesse Gordon—the author, that isJesse Gordon—the author, that is

The official Web site of author Jesse Gordon, featuring articles, news, rev...

 
Audio Book HeavenAudio Book Heaven

Audio book reviews spanning all genres: science fiction, fantasy, action, a...

 


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Pablo Defendini writes, "Fireside Magazine has just relaunched their website, with a focus on fiction for the resistance. Their latest short story, Andrea Phillips' The Revolution Brought to You by Nike, tells the story of what happens when a corpora...

The Science Fiction Writers of America has released the ballot for this year's Nebula awards, nominated for and voted upon by the organization's members; the ballot lists novellas, short stories, novelettes, YA novels (the Andre Norton award), dramat...

This week I got a chance to un-pack this collection. I've had it for about 10 years now and it has been in boxes the whole time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peVuqpuI36g I absolutely love this cover. It is unabashedly silly. What is that boy...

Adam and Eden, the hero and heroine of French film “Upside Down” are star-crossed lovers, the poor boy and the rich girl. Just like Romeo and Juliet, Laura and Alec or Megashark and Giant Octopus, they live in different worlds – no, they l...

“Hidden Figures” tells the story of three mathematicians who became crucial to the US space programme, and who faced down sexists and racists in the segregated America of the 1960s along the way. The three lead characters, Katherine Johnson, Mary...

[caption id="attachment_509018" align="alignright" width="300"] April '67 issue[/caption] This issue of Worlds of IF, Science Fiction, commonly just referred to as IF Magazine has a peculiar cover. The white space almost makes this look like a r...

In 2015, Kim Stanley Robinson wrote a compelling and sobering article for Boing Boing titled, “Our Generation Ships Will Sink.” Robinson argued that humanity’s hope for spreading among the stars, an ancient longing popularized during the Golden...