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Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...

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Craig DiLouie is a new to me author. His latest book is The Children of Red Peak.Five children survived a religious group’s last days at the mountain top of Red Peak. Everyone else 'drank the kool aid.' The five are now adults who have not kept in...

Chuck Tingle is a national treasure. In addition to being one of the most unrelentingly wholesome and positive online personalities, Mr. Tingle is also the Hugo Award-nominated author of such fine works of fiction as Space Raptor Butt Invasion, Feeli...

In July 2017, sports writer Jon Bois used his platform on SB Nation to serialize a 25-part speculative fiction story about a far future America where football games last for thousands of years and span the continent. The story is told from the point...

On Electric Lit, Halimah Marcus, interviews speculative fiction author Ted Chiang (Exhalation, Arrival) on the current global pandemic and whether there will ever be a "normal" for us to return to. HM: What’s the relationship between disruption and...

I wrote An Baile na mBan: a story of mothers, monsters, and war a few years ago for an anthology called Hidden Youth: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History. Originally published by Crossed Genres Publishing, the anthology focused on sci-fi/...

I really enjoyed this interview that Kevin Kelly conducted with sci-fi author, Neal Stephenson, as part of The Long Now Foundation's salon series at The Interval in San Francisco. During the one hour exchange, these two inspiring thinkers discuss Nea...

The X-Men are often cited as a pop culture metaphor for the struggles of persecuted peoples in the face of bigotry. But the allegory is far from perfect. It's barely even present in the foundational DNA of the earliest comics. The idea of "mutants" w...