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5 Reasons Discworld Is the Wildest Place Ever
For a good time, call Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. The books have been the pinnacle of creative fantasy since The Colour of Magic was released...
across the ansible
Your New TV Obsession, the Merits of Fanfiction, and Michael Keaton Is a Giant Muppet
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week (at least, when we weren’t reading one of this week’s new releases). Yesterday, Syfy FINALLY...
cover your mouth!
: 6 Books With Scary Sci-Fi Pandemics
Today, the SyFy channel debuts its new series based on the 1995 science fiction puzzler 12 Monkeys. Widely considered part of the genre film canon, 12...
Film Awards Show SF/F a Little Bit of Love (But Not Nearly Enough)
It’s been almost 12 years since a science fiction or fantasy film got any major love at Oscar time (and prior to that, it had been…uhm, basically...
Throwback Thursday: 5 Non-Canon
Novels that Are Still Worth Reading
Yesterday saw the release of Marvel’s Star Wars #1, the first comic to take place in the recently rebooted Star Wars universe. Not so long ago, in a...
can you make it a trilogy?
5 Fantasy Epics Peter Jackson Should Tackle Now that
After some riddles-in-the-dark, Cumberbatch-dragon-action, and a lot of meandering around, The Hobbit trilogy finally concluded with last month’s...
The Amazing Jo Walton Has Written a Book For Every Genre Reader
Most authors are known for a particular kind of book—David Weber? Spacefaring military sci-fi. Alastair Reynolds? Dark and gritty hard SF. Peter F....
The Last American Vampire
Is a Bloodsuckers’ History of the United States
Seth Grahame-Smith’s Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and its new sequel The Last American Vampire are both vampire-based biographies, but they’re very...
New Book Roundup: A Hidden City, a Time-Traveling Goddess, and a Voyage Beyond the Bottom of the Sea
It’s the middle of January. Chances are good that it’s very cold outside. Hole up somewhere warm with one of this week’s most exciting...
who closed the window?
D.C. Flexes Diversity Powers with New Power Girl
Unless you’re a diehard comic reader, the odds are good that if you know anything about D.C.’s Power Girl, it probably has something to do with her...
Where to Start with Michael Moorcock’s Sci-Fi and Fantasy Multiverse
Michael Moorcock has been called the architect of new science fiction, the anti-Tolkien, and a bad writer with big ideas. (Ok, that last one came from...
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Star Wars #1
, Can’t-Miss Short Fiction, and the Best Time Travel Flick…Ever?
Though it’s not quite as cool as Ursula K. LeGuin’s instant intergalactic communication network, the internet is at least as useful for keeping...
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