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Visiting Tau Ceti with 4 Science Fiction Authors

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Visiting Tau Ceti with 4 Science Fiction Authors

In Kim Stanley Robinson’s new novel Aurora, a generation ship makes its way to the titular new world, a moon orbiting one of the planets in Tau...
A.I., Poetry, and the Generational Divide: A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson

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A.I., Poetry, and the Generational Divide: A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson

For three decades now, Kim Stanley Robinson has been mapping the future of humanity through science fiction. His novels are as much densely-packed thought...

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Kim Stanley Robinson’s 10 Favorite SF Novels

From the landmark Mars trilogy to the award-winning 2312, Kim Stanley Robinson’s sci-fi novels have created a compelling, carefully considered...

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Exclusive Announcement and Cover Reveal: Loosed Upon the World, an SF Anthology of Climate Fiction

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Exclusive Announcement and Cover Reveal: Loosed Upon the World, an SF Anthology of Climate Fiction

“I think calling it climate change is rather limiting. I would rather call it the everything change…” – Margaret Atwood, Slate.com Since long...

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Earth’s Aliens: 5 SF/F Novels about Neanderthals That Aren’t The Clan of the Cave Bear

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Earth’s Aliens: 5 SF/F Novels about Neanderthals That Aren’t The Clan of the Cave Bear

In the early 1980s, Jean M. Auel’s expansive pre-history saga  The Clan of the Cave Bear was a publishing sensation, a strikingly original twist...
6 Books for Wannabe Mars Colonists

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6 Books for Wannabe Mars Colonists

So, you wanna live on Mars? Earth’s blue skies and swaying seas are nice and all, but humans have the insatiable desire to spread out and explore....
5 Books That Resist the Handwave with Believable Futuristic Technology

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5 Books That Resist the Handwave with Believable Futuristic Technology

The Handwave is a powerful thing is sci-fi: the ability to fix a problem with a science-y sounding solution that isn’t even remotely...

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