I am by no means a Star Trek fanboy, but this i09 article saying that Star Trek is out of date has bit so far into the man bites dog narrative that dog hair is sticking out of its teeth.
When I was a kid in the 1980s, burning up hours on the Atari 2600 and Nintendo NES, I would play vinyl records as a kind of game soundtrack. The ’80s were a ripe period for music with a science fiction
I will be there, hoping to learn as much and meet as many neat people as I did last year.
My new 3,000 word short story The Tap Water Massacre is now available as an e-book at Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes and Noble (Nook). It features bounty hunters, facial expression analysis, a massacre, and privacy curb-stomping in the interests of justice. All
I came across this article (also on i09) at PopBioethics, by Kyle Munkittrick, claiming that Mass Effect is the most important science fiction universe of this generation. In any day and age, this would be a bold claim, but we are
I’m reading a novel by a top science fiction writer on my Kindle and hit an immense exposition dump. What threw me a bit out of the narrative flow was that the exposition seemed out of character (the voice sounded